I will keep smiling, be positive and never give up! I will give 100 percent each time I play. These are always my goals and my attitude.
I love various sports, including basketball, tennis and billiards.
You learn from your mistakes, and I think it’s a good thing as long as you learn something.
I am getting more mature and can handle the pressure better.
I always believe that every one of us is working hard not only for our own performance but also to give something significant back to the societies we live in.
I have a fearless but neutral personality.
I hope one day I will host my own charity event to give back to society.
I am so honored to be named as one of Time’s 100 most influential people.
I feel I am very fortunate to have a job that I really like.
I feel very peaceful.
Asian players train so hard. Most of the time, on Monday mornings, the only people you see on the range are Asians. I mean, only see Asians.
It’s hard to always be on top. You go down, you go up.
You need to take care of your time and practice, you need to rest and talk to media. So it’s really important to organize those things.
I love to show off my ability in a nice way.
I’m very excited every time I’m at Augusta National. It’s such a beautiful and fabulous golf course.
People are trying to grab every part of you, so it’s really hard to focus.
In golf, it’s almost impossible to be perfect on each shot; that’s the fun and challenge of golf.
Annika’s my role model, and I wish in the future I could be like her.
I really want to thank Annika Sorenstam. She helped me a lot about my game, about the mentals, and she told me go step by step.
I am very happy since when I am in different cities I can experience and learn different cultures!
I feel like every word I say now, I can really inspire people.
I will keep working hard!
When I was 13 my dream was to play the U.S. Open. Now it’s to win it.
When you play good, everything is good, but when you dont play so good, everything is bad. Even when you think there are good things, they still say bad things.
You always learn something from mistakes.