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So Yeon Ryu
In 2006 So Yeon Ryu won a gold medal in the Asian Games. In 2008, she started to show her talent on KLPGA tour winning her first win at the Kim Young Joo Golf Open. Ryu came to AnK Golf during her off-season for 3 months, working with Ian Triggs on training on her mental, golf fitness and pre-shot routine. In that following season, she had 3 consecutive wins and rose to the top of the money list. So Yeon had her career best victory in 2011, when she won the US Open (Major Tournament in LPGA Tour), she continues to perform at the highest levels on the LPGA Tour and we hope she will become no. 1 in the world very soon.
Char Young Kim
Char Young Kim had her first KLPGA Tour win after her training at AnK Golf during the 2011- 2012 off season. In fact, she had 3 consecutive wins that season, making no. 1 on the money list. Whilst at AnK Golf she worked on her mental game, pre shot routine and golf fitness.
Annie was the first student enrolled with AnK Golf. She was in grade 5 when she arrived and her handicap was 40. Within 12 months she was playing off single strokes and in 18 months off scratch. Now Annie’s handicap is +3 and she has been successful to qualify as a semi- professional on the KLPGA in 2013. She is hopeful to attain full membership at Qualifier School later this year. Since the age of 14, when Annie qualified to play at both the Australian Open and Australian Masters, Annie has been playing in various professional tour events every year as a junior amateur player.
Eun Hee Ji
2009 LPGA Tour US Open Champion, Eun Hee Ji has spent 6 years with AnK Golf. She works on her short game, trouble shots, fitness and mental game in golf. Ji had a complete swing reconstruction with Ian Triggs and has since been performing consistently high on the LPGA. She hopes to defend her US Open title once again and further er on-course prowess.
Sang Moon Bae
In 2008 and 2009, Bae became the king of the Korean Golf Tour (KGT) scene. Before transitioning onto the US pro scene, Bae found AnK Golf to work on particular aspects of his swing technique and mental training, in particular, his pre-shot routines and mental ball targeting. After training with Ian Triggs at AnK Golf, he went to be No. 1 on the money rank in JGTO (Japanese golf tour) in 2011. The results achieved afterwards was 2 wins at the PGA championship in 2013 and 2014.
Il Hee Lee
Il Hee first rose to success in 2013 by winning the LPGA Tour (Pure Silk Bahamas Classic). After training at AnK in her off-season, she has seen consistent success placing at the LPGA Tour and is showing her winning potential in the international scene.
Dong Kyu Jang
In the winter of 2013, Dong Kyu trained at AnK and has gone onto find his first competition win at the 2014 Men's Japan Mizuno Open, this has progressed into an invite to the PGA Tour. Because his swing and distance was already polished his on-course lessons focused particularly on polishing his mental game in his off-season.
Baek was victorious at the 2014 KLPGA Tour (Nexen Saint Nine Masters) straight after her off-season training undertaken at AnK golf. Baek went onto win more of Korea's major competitions (KEB-Hana Bank) in the same year, which scored her, her deserving ticket to the LPGA Tour.
Mo's win at the 2014 Women's British Open made her the centre of attention. As AnK's coach, Ian Trigg's mentee, whether in Korea and USA alike, successful results were accomplished as an LPGA Tour pro. Meeting Ian at AnK has specialised her understanding of shots and course management among many other abilities. We, from AnK golf hope to see many more competition wins and career successes.
Training at AnK golf since 2008, her current handicap at +4 (scoring average 4 under par). Karis is Australia's No. 1 ranking Junior Women's player at the moment and we have high hopes for her to continue this title. Being an Australian junior-pro, she has an very obvious passion for golf, as a sportswoman, she has the perfect attitude which is why PGA pro Chris Lee coaches her development personally. As she trains today, her name is known more and more beyond Australia, even to the further reaches of Europe.
As a national representative member of Thailand and the Singha golf team, Sukapan undertook off-season training in 2015 with AnK golf, after which she placed top 5 in the qualifying for the CLPGA. This allowed her to participate and subsequently win that same year in the SRIXON XXIO Ladies Open. If the CLPGA wasn't far enough for her, her standard shots fly at distances rivalling many professional male players. As Thailand's rising star, she's shown us what she's made of, in the upcoming future, we hope for her to reach similar successes in the LPGA tour.
Tae Woo Kim
From 2009, Tae woo started training with AnK Golf. Soon after, he was able to qualify in both Q schools in Australia and Korea. Tae Woo is looking forward to winning some tournaments this season.
Kevin’s talent in golf was often highlighted in his high school days. Upon graduation, Kevin was granted Permanent Residency by the Australian Government to enable him to represent the country in golf. AnK Golf has helped Kevin with the mental aspect of his golf; working his pre-shot routine and more about ball shaping on the course. He was awarded rookie of the year in 2011 on the Australia PGA Tour and won his first career win in China in 2012.ball shaping on the course. He was awarded rookie of the year in 2011 on the Australia PGA Tour and won his first career win in China in 2012.
Starting golf at the age of 10, Anna left Korea to improve her golf as well as attend school in Australia. Anna quickly improved her driving distance as well as increase her confidence during competition in her game. In 2012 Anna qualified as the youngest player to play in the RACV Australian Ladies Masters. ANK Golf supports her to become a great golfer one day.