This is the kind of news I am always delighted to hear. Forbes released a top 10 female athlete earners recently and Yani wasn’t on it. Now, it’s no big deal that she wasn’t, but it’s would be fitting, given all she is in the process of accomplishing, that she make the list next year. … Continue reading
World #1 Yani Tseng continued her triumphant return home to Taiwan following her 5th Major victory at the 2011 Ricoh Women’s British Open. At a thank you party in her honor at the Miramar Golf & Country Club, Yani was moved to tears watching a tribute video with special messages from young golfers, friends, her … Continue reading
A few days ago I wrote that Yani Tseng was not the equal of Se Ri Pak in her prime. I do still lean that way. Yes, Yani is the youngest to win 5 Majors. But what if Annika and Karrie had been in their primes playing the last 3 years? It’s not hard to … Continue reading
In 1998 Se Ri Pak inspired a generation of young boys and girls in Korea to aspire to become golfers. That inspiration has resulted in a wave of Korean players excelling around the world. In 6 or 7 years, might there be a generation of professional golfers from Taiwan similarly inspired by world #1 Yani … Continue reading
World #1 Women’s Golfer Yani Tseng of Taiwan, the reigning LPGA Player of the Year, signed her first sponsorship deal with a local Taiwanese company. Yani signed the deal with Taishin Financial Holding Company at a large press conference which included her parents. It was seen as significant that a Taiwanese company finally signed a … Continue reading
Profile on the world #1…be careful with that koala, Yani!
She’s the Queen of Golf at the moment. Will this be the beginning of the Tseng Dynasty or will somebody like Jiyai Shin, Suzann Pettersen or Ai Miyazato stand up and challenge Yani? …and just for fun, here’s more coverage of Yani in the Mandarin language press:
The voice-over is in Mandarin but Yani speaks in English.
Yani Tseng leapfrogged three spots into the #2 world ranking, trailing only Women’s Australian runner-up Jiyai Shin of South Korea. With her ability to win two Majors in 2010 on the LPGA, some feel Yani should already be #1, not unlike the situation with Kim Clijsters on the WTA. RANK CHANGE PLAYER COUNTRY EVENTS AVG … Continue reading