Michelle Wei, the Asian women golfer has bounced back. Kraft Nabisco Championship is not something she would want to remember from her career and that’s why she made a trip back at her home in Hawaii. Lotte Championship was hers main destination this time when she proved why she is the best among the best. Ko Olina Golf Club represents her main course where she grew up working on her talent. She couldn’t see herself trailing behind all the time and made a magnificent comeback in the final round of this tournament. On Sunday, she admitted that she was crying a little bit after this performance. She claims that her dream finally came true as she won her first US tournament in her home town. Her family and friends couldn’t be happier.
There isn’t much time for celebrating because she looks forward to carry this momentum and take a major swing in San Francisco this week to play at Lake Merced GC in Winging Skirts. This is her first trip back since she graduated few years ago.
The Minority Golf Association is proud for this young and talented Asian golfer. She always dreamed about getting that final degree at Stamford. Many other dreams came across now and she is slowly becoming a threat to other golf players. Her long-term goals are still in front of her and she is ready to boost her career at women’s golf game this year.
According to her coach, she handled things like a professional. She had everything under control and that helped her win. Her coach praised her by saying that Wei is upgrading her style of playing as she is getting better and better. He added that it’s not just her ability to play the game of golf, but her attitude has changed, too. This will lead to great success and a wonderful career.
The Minority Golf Association as well as the Asian Golf Association have no that this golfer will become one of the greatest. All young talents should look at her as a role model and follow her steps. Her time in this industry is still upon us and we are glad she took her first championship in her hometown.