04 Jan 2012
January 4, 2012

Golf Profiles Updates

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Yani Tseng, 22 years old golfer 1st ranking in the world got the second award this season by winning the honor Sportswoman of the Year from Women’s Sports Foundation for best individual performance. Awards held in Cipriani Wall Street New York City is accepted by the mentor and Tseng best friend, golfer Annika Sorenstam on 19 October. Tseng received the award after the previous day as she gets a trophy as Player of The Year. Tseng has dominated throughout almost the entire golf game this season with six wins tour including two majors and still continuing an amazing season for her. With 11 victories and 5 major titles during the fourth year in the tour, Tseng has obtained 18 points from 27 points are required transform and go into World Golf Hall of Fame.

Bali golf courses.com wish that she would pay a visit to Bali Island and try our courses….cross finger.



Ranked fourth Rolex, Na Yeo Choi managed to get her first victory this season on the Tournament Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia which was held last October 13-16. With a record score of 68 on the final lap, she managed to beat the current world number one, Yani Tseng, and is entitled to a prize of $285.000.

For the second consecutive week, both the title tournament with the same score while the remaining two holes. Previously, Tseng managed to excel on the Na-Yeon in Hana Bank LPGA Championship. Tseng is now precisely the one who must recognize the benefits of Na-Yeon. After Tseng failed to get a birdie on hole 17, Choi managed to birdie which took him one stroke lead on the last hole.

“I do not feel nervous playing today, but getting nervous when hole 15 when I heard Yani got birdies and birdie, and continued to feel nervous on the remaining rounds. But I get great results and it was amazing” said Choi.

Choi victory was also special because it not only became her fifth LPGA Tour victory, which also makes it a Korea golfer who earned her LPGA Tour this year, but also the degree to which obtained 100 golfers on the LPGA Tour of Korean descent.

“I earned a fifth title as well as all the players acquired hundredth Korea” Choi said. “So this is very encouraging”

As for the Yani Tseng who won six LPGA Tour titles this season just posted a par on her last two holes for the record score of 65. Purse was increased $176.791.

Baligolfcourses.com congratulate her, and wish her to advice many Korean golfer to visit Bali golf courses which offer many choices and challenges.