I've been staying in America for a while now. Everyone that I've met here has been very nice to me. I have had both happy and sad moments. I just missed the cut of U.S. Women's Open Section Qualifying last Monday. I miss my family and my friends in Thailand. I'm struggling with my performance right now, and the person who I want to help me is not here anymore. Mr. Supphaphorn Maphungphong was my coach. I usually called him "Uncle Peak". He passed away November, 2007, while I was in Daytona Beach for Final Q-School. He was like my second dad. I could talk to him about everything and now I miss him lots…
For this Father's Day, I will try harder and harder to be better and this year I will get a LPGA 2010 Tour card for my dad, my family, and of course for you… Uncle Peak. I still talk to Uncle Peak every time that I look up to the sky while I'm playing on the golf course. I know that you still look after me, my brother, and the rest of your students.
PS. Please wish me luck : )
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