Se Ri Pak praises Yonex golf club performance

SEOUL, KoreaSe Ri Pak, a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame and a current representative of Korean women's golf, has praised the performance of Yonex golf clubs and has signed an advisory agreement with the company.

Se Ri Pak is a true golf legend, winning 25 championships - including 5 Major Championship wins and a record for being the youngest champion in the history of the Major Tournament - in the U.S. Ladies Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour, 7 championships in the Korean LPGA Tour, and listed in the LPGA World Golf Hall of Fame in 2007. She is also widely known in Korea as the "LPGA pioneer" and "golf legend of Korea”.

Since her retirement, she has been serving as the Korean Women's National Golf Team coach and has devoted herself to the development of golf through junior golf training and her YouTube channel "Se Ri TV".

“I asked Hyo Joo Kim about Yonex, and she told me that the brand takes golf clubs very seriously, and once you experience their quality and performance you can’t resist becoming a long-time user. So I was very keen on trying out their golf clubs,” commented Se Ri Pak. “I was very satisfied with the amazing stability, distance and direction of both the drivers and irons. I would definitely recommend Yonex to many golfers.


Together with Se Ri Pak, Yonex will continue to contribute to the world of golf and the development of junior golfers. 



Name: Se Ri Pak

Date of Birth: September 28, 1977

Height: 167cm (5.479 feet)

Birthplace: Daejeon Metropolitan City, Republic of Korea

Golf Career: Since age 13

Turned Professional: 1996

Champion: 25 times (incl. 5 Major wins) in the U.S. Ladies Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour

                     7 times (+4 as an amateur) in the Korean Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour


LPGA Tour Major Tournament Record: 


LPGA Championship, U.S. Women's Open champion (20 years and 9 months old - youngest record in tournament history)


Women's British Open champion


LPGA Championship champion


LPGA Championship champion