2015 HSBC Women's Champion's, Volunteers of America North Texas Shootout Presented by JTBC, KPMG Women's PGA Championship, RICOH Women's British Open, Lorena Ochoa Invitational Presented by Banamex and JTBC
2013 Honda LPGA Thailand, Kraft Nabisco Championship, North Texas LPGA Shootout, Wegmans LPGA Championship, Walmart NW Arkansas Championship, U.S. Women's Open
2012 Evian Masters, Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia
2008U.S. Women’s Open
LPGA Awards (4)
2012 and 2015 Vare Trophy
2015 Rolex ANNIKA Major Award
2012 and 2013 LPGA Tour Money Winner
2013 Rolex Player of the Year
2013 GWAA Female Player of the Year
International Crown (1)
2016 Rio Olympics (1st – Gold)
2020 Tokyo Olympics (T23)
2022 in a Nutshell
15 events, 10 cuts made, $417,530 (62)
Recorded three top-10 finishes including a season-best T3 at the DIO Implant LA Open
17 events, 17 cuts made, $1,116,295 (12)
Earned her 21st career victory with a win at the Kia Classic; also notched runner-up finishes at the LOTTE Championship and the ShopRite LPGA Classic
Represented the Republic of Korea at the Tokyo Olympics
13 events, 11 cuts made, $1,377,799 (3)
Enters 2020 ranked fourth on the LPGA Tour Career Money List with $15,356,126 in career earnings, third-most among active LPGA Tour players
Entering 2020, Park has won as many majors a Juli Inkster (seven) and Karrie Webb (seven); only Patty Berg (15), Mickey Wright (13), Louise Suggs (11), Babe Zaharias (10, Annika Sorenstam (10) and Betsy Rawls (eight) have won more
Earned her 20th career victory with a win at the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open; also notched runner-up finishes at the Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions, the KPMG Women's PGA Championship and the Volunteers of America Classic.
17 events, 16 cuts made, $781,166 (26)
Enters 2021 ranked fourth on the LPGA Tour Career Money List with $16,733,925 in career earnings, third-most among active LPGA Tour players
Entering 2021, Park has won as many majors a Juli Inkster (seven) and Karrie Webb (seven); only Patty Berg (15), Mickey Wright (13), Louise Suggs (11), Babe Zaharias (10, Annika Sorenstam (10) and Betsy Rawls (eight) have won more
Earned six top-10 finishes in 2019, with ties for second at the Kia Classic and the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&C
13 events, 14 cuts made, $979,527 (15)
Enters 2019 ranked sixth on the LPGA Career Money List with $14,574,960 in career earnings, fourth-most among active LPGA players
Entering 2019, Park has won as many majors a Juli Inkster (seven) and Karrie Webb (seven); only Patty Berg (15), Mickey Wright (13), Louise Suggs (11), Babe Zaharias (10, Annika Sorenstam (10) and Betsy Rawls (eight) have won more
Won the Bank of Hope Founders Cup for her 19th career LPGA Tour victory
Made par on the eighth playoff hole to finish runner-up to Pernilla Lindberg at the ANA Inspiration
Crossed the $14 million mark in career earnings with her T2 finish at the ANA Inspiration
15 events, 11 cuts made, $755,651 (25)
Won the HSBC Women's Champions for her 18th career LPGA victory, where she crossed the $13 million mark in career earnings
Recorded four additional top-10 finishes
10 events, 5 cuts made, $253,381 (69)
Became the youngest player ever to qualify for the LPGA Tour Hall of Fame after her 10th start at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship
Gold medalist at the Rio Olympics, winning by five strokes at 16-under par
Carded two top-1 finishes in 10 starts including a runner-up finish at the Kia Classic
Was the first player in the modern era to win the first three major championships of the season (Kraft Nabisco Championship, Wegmans LPGA Championship and U.S. Women's Open)
Became the first South Korean in LPGA Tour history to win the Rolex Player of the Year
Won the money title for the second-consecutive year and became just the second player in history to earn at least $2 million in back-to-back seasons
Crossed the $6 million and $7 million mark in career earnings
24 events, 23 cuts made, $2,287,080 (1), two victories, 10 additional top-10 finishes, six runner-up finishes.
Won her first Vare Trophy for lowest scoring average (70.21)
Placed in the top-10 in nine additional categories including putting average (28.34), greens in regulation putting average (1.72), rounds under par (72.3%), top-10 finishes (12), birdies (347), eagles (7), rounds in the 60s (30), subpar holes (354) and finished second to Stacy Lewis in the Rolex Player of the year race.
Best finish was a tie for sixth at the US Women's Open.
Tied for seventh at the RICOH Women's British Open.
Tied for 14th at the Wegmans LPGA Championship.
Tied for 17th at the Evian Masters.
Tied for 18th at the Kia Classic.
Best finish was second at the Kia Classic Presented by J Golf.
Finished third at the ShopRite LPGA Classic.
Finished fourth at the P&G NW Arkansas Championship Presented by Walmart.
Tied for seventh at the LPGA Championship Presented by Wegmans and the LPGA Hana Bank Championship Presented by SK telecom.
Finished eighth at the Mizuno Classic.
Tied for eighth at the U.S. Women's Open.
Tied for ninth at the Sybase Match Play Championship and the RICOH Women's British Open.
Tied for tenth at the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
Best finish was a tie for fifth at the Mizuno Classic, where she tied her season-low 66 in the second round.
Previously carded 66 in the first round of the Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic Presented by Kroger; tied for seventh at the Hana Bank KOLON Championship 2009.
Led the Tour in putting average and greens in regulation putting average.
Became a Rolex First-Time Winner at the U.S. Women’s Open, where she crossed the $1 million mark in season and career earnings.
Was the youngest player to ever win the U.S. Women’s Open at the age of 19 years, 11 months, 17 days; shortly after, donated $50,000 to The LPGA Foundation.
Became the fifth player in LPGA history to win both the U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship and U.S. Women’s Open, along with Mickey Wright, JoAnne Carner, Amy Alcott, and Hollis Stacy.
Carded a career-low 64 during the second round of the Corona Championship, where she tied for third.
Carded a career-low 64 during the third round of the Safeway Classic Presented by Pepsi.
Turned professional in April and competed on the Duramed Futures Tour, where she recorded 11 top-10 finishes, including a runner-up finish at the CIGNA Chip in For A Cure FUTURES Golf Classic.
Finished third on the Duramed Futures Tour season-ending money list to earn exempt status for the 2007 LPGA season.
Park accumulated many accolades during her amateur career. She won nine events on the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) circuit and was a five-time Rolex Junior All-American.
Park was named the 2002 AJGA Rolex Junior Player of the Year.
She competed in 25 AJGA events during her career and recorded 18 top-five finishes.
She was a semifinalist at the 2003 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship.
Park won the 2002 U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship and finished as runner-up in both 2003 and 2005.
Playing as a sponsor invite, she tied for 62nd at the 2006 Kraft Nabisco Championship.
Park also competed in the LPGA Takefuji Classic three times (2004, T8; 2005, 5; and 2006, T35) during her amateur career.
Started playing golf at the age of 10.
Credits her father as the individual most influencing her career.
Hobbies include skiing and playing the piano.
Qualified for the Tour by finishing third on the 2006 Duramed FUTURES Tour season-ending money list.