My Dad is Not a Crier’: Days Before Joining Forces With Nelly Korda and Co, LPGA Star Spills the Beans on Her Compelling Journey to $375,000 Crown

The Solheim Cup is the latest buzz in the golfing world. As days are inching closer to the upcoming event, the excitement is getting to the next level. Fans must be happy to find Nelly Korda and Rose Zhang on the US roster as well as this team member who is one of the LPGA’s Up-and-Comers.

The young golfer has been on the LPGA Tour for eight years and has certainly established her worth with her latest triumph. Her consistent effort and hard work, along with the correct guidance from her father, who is also her coach, assisted her in climbing the success ladder. Now that she is doing great, she shares how her coach plays an important role in her golfing career.

Megan Khang opens up on how her father has been great support
Khang, who won her maiden victory at the CPKC Women’s Open last month, was spotted talking about her coach, her father Lee Khang. Lee, a golf instructor, is the only coach the 25-year-old golfer has ever had. Lee started his golfing journey about 23 years ago as a player.

Now he has established himself as a golf instructor. With her father’s mentorship and her own hard work, Khang has finally reached where she truly deserves to be. As the efforts are finally paying off, the young American golfer spoke about her father’s involvement in her game.

She went on to talk about his reactions when she won her first professional win. In the latest Instagram post shared by Boston Globe Sports, Khang shared, “He cried and everything, and my dad is not a crier.”

She continued: “It’s truly a dream that we finally accomplished the goal that we had been working toward since essentially when I knew I wanted to go pro.”

Well, this says it all: how a good mentor can shape your professional journey. Khang is now all set to show her skills with the same level of determination at the upcoming Solheim Cup.

A look into Khang’s performance at the CPKC Women’s Open
Khang had an amazing form in the said event as she went on to secure her first-ever professional win on the LPGA Tour. She finished with a total score of 9-under 279, tying her with Jin Young KO. However, later in the playoff round, she played brilliantly and emerged triumphant.


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