1. Sung Hyun Park 박성현 Age: 24 Nationality: South Korea World Ranking: 2 Turned Pro: 2012 Number 1 on the list may seem like an obvious choice but if you are looking for someone who could dominate the 2018 season, then no look no further than Sung Hyun Park. She marked her first year on the LPGA by becoming the first player since 1978 to win rookie of the year and player of the year in the same season. If that was not enough she also won her first major by winning the US open.
Unless you have been living under a rock you will have seen Tiger Woods make his much anticipated return to competitive golf and Ricky Fowler storming to victory. However there were much more exiting things happening around the world! In Japan there was a meeting of different nations as 4 teams competed for the Queens cup. The Korean LPGA were the defending champions and battled it out against the Japanese LPGA, the Australian LPG and the Ladies European Tour. The KLPGA were
Check out our guide to the British stars trying to earn their tour card on the LPGA. The Q school finals start on Wednesday, November 29– until Sunday December 3, 2017 at the International, Daytona Beach, FL. There are some real stars of the future on display and we wish them all luck. Georgia Hall Age:21 English World Ranking: 40 Turned Pro: 2014 After winning the 2013 British Ladies Amateur Golf Championship she then turned professional in July 2014. Geogia had early succes