Lydia Ko is preparing for new challenges in her career. What many are interested in is the private life of this great golfer. There is a lot of talk about Ko being engaged to her boyfriend Chung Jun. Lydia Ko confirmed these speculations and seems to be in a happy relationship.
She is grateful for the support from people close to her. “I don’t think there will be many changes to my schedule,” Ko said , as quoted by yahoo sports. “I’m really thankful for my fiancé and my family who have been super supportive.
As much as I want it, they also want me to finish my career well at the time I want to." Getting married will not change her career plans. Lydia is happy about life 'outside golf' and what is most important for her, she is satisfied with everything.
“As a golfer and person, I’m thankful and gives me lots of motivation to work hard when I’m competing and enjoying my time off as well. Getting married is not going to change my schedule. and it’s going to remain the same”.
Pondok Indah Golf Course in Jakarta is the next challenge in her career. It is part of the Ladies Asian Tour (LAT) Series. Hong Kong's Tiffany Chan, one of the participants, is happy about this challenge in her career, and especially the place where the tournament is held.
“We haven’t really had the chance to play in Asia after turning professional,” said Hong Kong’s Tiffany Chan. “Everyone is either trying to play in the States, Europe or any other tour,” said Chan during the pre-tournament press conference on Tuesday.
“For myself, I did play a lot on the China Tour, Taiwan LPGA and every single Asian Tour event in all the countries. We are finally seeing women’s golf growing in Asia”.
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