Beautiful and talented Se-Ri Pak is Korean born professional golf player. She currently plays on LPGA tour. Most importantly, she is Golf hall of famer as she was included into prestigious ceremony in 2007. Many information sites have remained silent regarding her parental information, her schooling and other childhood details. She in her school days didn’t played golf but was a track runner. Due to this, she has powerful thigh muscles and legs which she uses to have powerful swing, accuracy and balance in the course.
Knowing her professional and unprofessional career, she evolved as professional in 1996. There are no any information concerning her unprofessional career and the achievements she made there. She before becoming professional moved to America to pursue her career. She during the year 1996 and 1997 registered win in six tourneys on LPGA tour of Korea. She till date was partially involved in LPGA but after 1998 she was gave her full time in LPGA tour. She in the same year won two major wins McDonald’s LPGA Championship and U.S. Women’s open. She set the record on LPGA history after winning U.S. Women’s open on 20 years of age. She in LPGA tournament shot the record of 61 on her second round while competing in Jamie Farr Kroger Classic. She then 1998 has registered win in 21 events which includes three main championships. She with her brilliant performance secured her place in World Golf Hall of Fame in 2007 being the youngest player to enter the prestigious World Golf Hall of Fame.
In 2003 Korea tour of Super Tournament, she competed in Professional Men golf event. Although this competition result doesn’t bother the world ranking she ranked herself in 10th position. She became first women to deliver a cut in men’s tournament after Babe Zaharias did so in 1945. This was stated by World Golf Hall of Fame. She in 2005 couldn’t deliver a cut for a first time in 29 major events at 2005 McDonald’s LPGA Championship. Later as she stated it in PGA Tour website as she is tensed due to her private and professional life. She is not able to maintain balance between both of them. She puts pressure on herself and she is not enjoying the big game. She in the game landed herself into finger injury. But a year later, she was in regained her form and was looking determined to win the tourney. Soon she grasped the title of McDonald’s LPGA Championship for three times with which she had totaled her major wins to five. In the year 2007, she again accomplished wining Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classics for five times which made her fourth player to win same tourney for five or more times. Later stated by columnist for Golf World Eric Adelson in 2008 stated she was leading lady in world golf as she changed the appearance of the golf more than Legendary Tiger Woods. She while competing in LPGA was only the Korean Player but after a decade, she was followed by 45 more Korean players in LPGA tour. She from her entire profession has acquired good amount of net worth but unfortunately we cannot deliver the accurate net worth information as search engine lacks the information.
Moving to her personal life, we are unable to reveal her personal secrets as she gives least importance while presenting herself in media. So we cannot assume about her married life, boyfriend, husband and other personal details. But as she is famed and renowned she might have an affair with her loved ones. Despite of her popularity, we cannot grab more information concerning her.
She as seen in pictures and video has stunning physique as she has background of athlete. Her strong and toned legs and feet add charms to her built as well as give firm support in golf course. She without doubt is one of the renowned golf players. She is known for powerful and firm golf swing which is the key factor to her successful golf career. She as mentioned above is motivation for much Korean golf fresher.
To know about her we can login to wiki as well as her personal website which has her short biography. She is found in different social networking sites if searched.
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