After giving birth in April of this year,바카라사이트 “Golf Empress” Park In-bee made her first public appearance in over a year.
Park attended the ‘Dreamers Lesson’ event at Blackstone Jeju in Jeju City on April 2, a day before the start of the Jeju Samdasoo Masters on the Korean Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour.
Seven professionals, including Park Inbee and World No. 2 Ko Jin-young, watched the aspiring golfers swing and gave them careful guidance.
Inbee Park said, “Your shoulders float when you swing. Try lowering your right shoulder.” Park took care of her younger juniors.
Kim Ha-eun (11), who was coached by Park In-bee, said, “My shoulder hurt at the finish (when swinging), but I think I learned well,” and smiled, “It was great to see it today.”
After the event, the KLPGA Tour’s ‘Super Rookie’ room approached Park In-bee and greeted her individually.
Park was happy to see her and said, “I’ve seen you on TV a lot, and you’re so good.”
Park has amassed 21 wins on the U.S. Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour, including seven majors, and won a gold medal at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, completing the “Golden Slam” of four majors.
Her most recent tournament was the AIG Women’s Open in August last year. She has not yet revealed any specific plans for her return to the field.