The U.S Women’s Open 2017 witnessed a fantastic breakthrough of the young and talented golfer Sung Hyun Park (1993).
In the first rounds, this Korean golfer performed not so impressive when staying in top 7. However, the professionalism and skills helped her remain stable and eventually better to shorten the gap in the last rounds.
In details, in 9 prior holes, Park scored 3 birdies and only 1 bogey, getting her in the same level with the leading golfer from China Shanshan Feng. And in the next 9 holes, Sung Hyun performed much better with 3 birdies, scoring -11, meanwhile Feng did not so well rapidly and had a triple bogey, lowering her down to the 5th spot.
Last year, Sung Hyun Park joined U.S Women’s Open 2016 and stopped at top 3. Started playing golf from the age of 9, this girl seemed to be born for golf. She joined many tournaments and since 2015, she continuously won big prizes. For instance, Kia Motors Korea Women’s Open and Hyundai China Ladies Open in 2015, Doosan Match Play Championship and Jeju Samdasoo Masters in 2016 and so much more. Besides the Rolex Rookie of the year title, the U.S Women’s Open 2017 is another big prize of Park Sung Hyun, marking her first Major title and her promising career path.
The U.S Women’s Open 2017 took place from July 13th to 16th 2017 on Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey. Following Park Sung Hyun are 3 other Korean golfers, Hye Jin Choi (Runner Up), Mi Jung Hur and So Yeon Ryu (3rd places).