The Next Lydia Ko – Bohyun Park
Bohyun Park, now at the age of 16 can tell you what makes a good golfer when she made herself known at only 12. Coached by Institute of Golf head of instruction Guy Wilson, is one of the key similarities that Bohyun Park shares with the path that Lydia took. To have a great golfer you need a great team backing you and for Lydia Ko and Bohyun Park, that team is the Institute of Golf. Hard work is one thing, practice does not make perfect, correct practice makes perfect and that correct information came from the supportive IOG team. Click here to see what IOG can offer you with their IOG programmes.
Another key factor was also dedication, a quality of young 12-year-old Bohyun Park that burned bright. Consequently she earned her place by qualifying for one of the final four spots for the 2015 ISPS Handa New Zealand Women’s Open at Clearwater, a 54-hole $302,000 tournament. It was not without time and effort.
What makes a good golfer?
“I have to get up to train early at 6 every morning”
Bohyun Park, another golfing superstar from the Institute of Golf considers Lydia Ko, a fellow Institute of Golf golfer to be her idol and role model. Having shared the same coach and wanting to help fellow golfers. She gave young Bohyun Park two of her old golf sets, clothes and golf outfits. One piece of equipment in particular handed to Bohyun was a Tour-only Scotty Cameron ranging from $5,000 to $25,000. A gift to inspire one to continue to pursue their dreams. Pursue them she is having won the 54-hole Jordan Speith Championship and the Gary Woodland Championship. Bohyun is well on her way to greatness. Therefore what makes a good golfer? A great team backing that golfer. IOG superstar Bohyun Park can tell you.