Golf Week, a U.S. golf media outlet, reported on the 20th (local time) that “Invivac is engaged in an Olympic campaign,” adding, “It will not be seen on the LPGA Tour this year.” The media posted an article ahead of the Honda LPGA Thailand (total prize money of $1.7 million), which will be held for four days from the 22nd at the Siam Country Club Old Course (par 72, 6,576 yards) in Chonburi, Thailand. Invivac is the champion of the tournament in 2013. At that time, he had his best year, collecting seven trophies, including three major wins.

Park’s last major tournament is the AIG British Women’s Open in August 2022. Last year, she gave birth to her first daughter in April, and this year, she was listed among 32 candidates for the International Olympic Committee (IOC) athletes’ committee. Golf Week explained, “Inbee Park plans to focus solely on the election in the coming months,” adding, “If she finishes in the top four in the athlete’s vote, she will become an IOC athletes’ committee member.”

Park In-bee is a “living legend” who debuted on the LPGA Tour in 2007 and recorded a total of 21 wins, including seven majors. He is a “Golden Slummer” who won four other majors and an Olympic gold medal. In 2016, he was inducted into the LPGA Hall of Fame. 먹튀검증

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