16566677982_d2013a14c3_oGolf is one of my life’s passions and like many individuals born to strong immigrant parents, it was my parents who properly introduced me to this sport at the ripe old age of 6. Ever since then I was hooked.

As golf is both an intense physical and mental sport, I trained rigorously, earning an athletic scholarship to the University of Florida, an offer I eventually decided to choose because of the proximity of the university to my family who I am extremely close to.

I had a very memorable time playing for the University of Florida. I was selected to be on the NCAA All-American Team and SEC First Team two years in a row and the 2nd freshman in UF history to be the SEC’s individual golf champion.

After my days at the University of Florida, I played professionally for 10 years, living out a childhood dream of playing golf professionally and participating in iconic events as the US Women’s Open in 2006 and 2013. Unfortunately, years of chronic back problems and injuries forced me to retire from playing on tour and I was left pondering the next phase of my life.

After retiring from pro golf, I began working as a television broadcaster providing golf advice on a Korean television station in Los Angeles as well as privately coaching students of all levels in golf. While giving golf tips on television, I realized the potential to reach a much wider audience of viewers was huge. I also found a second passion in creating media. When the opportunity to start a YouTube channel and website to provide golf tips and coaching came about, I was compelled to take action.

With this website, I hope to provide as much value to beginner and intermediate golfers as well as convince those thinking about picking up golf that it isn’t as intimidating as they may think it is.

I’ like to welcome you and thank you for visiting my website.

-Aimee Cho