Yang's off season preparations

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Amy Yang of South Korea tees off on the 6t hole during day four of the LPGA Thailand at Siam Country Club on February 19, 2012 in Chon Buri, Thailand.

LPGA.com caught up with Amy Yang for a quick Q&A. Yang talks about her off-season and she stayed in shape during her time off.

LPGA: How much time did you take off from golf and what did you do?
Yang: I took two weeks off this winter and my aunt and cousin came to Orlando so we went sightseeing around Orlando.

LPGA: Describe the best and worst of 2011?
Yang: I think the best thing about 2011 was I had chances to win tournaments. That tells me I was playing a lot better than 2010, and I was very happy about my game. I don't think I had any worst memory because I had my greatest professional year in 2011.

LPGA: What part of your game did you work the most on during the off season?
Yang: I spent more time on my putting than last off season and it's getting better.

LPGA: Did you set some goals for 2012?
Yang: For 2012 season I like to have my first win on the LPGA.

LPGA: How did you keep in shape during the off season?
Yang: I worked hard on my fitness. I ran a lot and worked hard on my legs, core, and back. I went to the golf course and practiced nine hours a day six days a week.

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