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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 298
nice ... I was exhausted by the PGA (first week of July) but I’d had only three days off since Hawaii in April. “Starting from Kingsmill I played eight events in a row or something and that was way too much. I did that so I could come home but I know now how many tournaments is really good for me to play in. If I didn’t do that long stretch, I wouldn’t have known so it’s a trial and error thing.” Of course, while she may be yet to taste success on the LPGA, Oh is no stranger to winning, having hoisted a significant trophy in just her second week as a professional back in 2015. A week after bogeying the final three holes of the Vic Open in her first 72-hole outing as a pro, she birdied the final four at Royal Pines to win the Australian Ladies Masters. “I can still remember the second shot I hit into 18,” she says. “I can see the ball flight and where it landed and the relief of it being a pretty easy two putt to win. “It’s the most amazing feeling to be there and to do that. The adrenaline rush is just ... amazing.” Three years on and now a full-time member of the LPGA, Oh will tee up in her 18th major this week, another opportunity to notch a maiden LPGA title. “We have 35 events a year so 35 chances to win,” she says. “I’ve come second, third, fourth, fifth ... now I just have to finish first.” Which brings us neatly back to the topic of winning and what it might mean were she to achieve that goal this week. “I don’t know what it would mean,” she says after a lengthy pause. “It’s just something I’m working toward and I really want it. “I know it would mean a lot.” And according to her own theory, it would also mean she’s just at the beginning. COVER STORY
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