I just like to stay a little quiet and just do my own thing. If I win a little more, I think I'll get a little bit more attention.
I feel the happiest when I'm at the golf course. And I feel calm when I'm on the golf course. I think I'm just a much better person when I'm on the golf course.
This is what I love to do. And if pressure is something that comes with playing good golf, that's something a professional golfer has to handle.
I experienced American golf courses when I was younger and played a lot of USGA and AJGA tournaments.
I just love playing in major championships.
As a person, to inspire some young girls and give them something to look at and give them something to play for, I think is such a great position to be in. I'm glad that I can follow all of the great Korean players' footsteps.
Whenever I'd go to restaurants, the main chef came out and was cooking for me, and he's asking me how the food is. I get, like, VIP service, so it's weird.
The first win came very quick, and I didn't know what it meant to win a major championship. I was a teenager, I was very young. I didn't know what I was doing. I just needed some time to get settled in on the tour.
Wanting more majors, wanting more wins, almost feels like I think I'm being too greedy.
When I'm off the golf course, I feel the pressure, but I try to concentrate on the golf course.
I think I'm really good at forgetting about golf when I'm off the golf course.
Talking to my mental coach definitely helps. I talk to her every week. Yeah, I mean, she's been helping me a lot, too.
There are calm Korean players and not calm. There are calm Western players.
I feel pressure, but my emotions just don't show that much in my face.
Outside the golf course, I feel the pressure, and I feel what everybody else is feeling. But on the golf course, it's just the golf ball and clubs. And when I have that, it just puts a lot of pressure off of me. It just makes me very calm looking at it, yeah.
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