“People Have Made Enough Comments”: Agitated With Bullying, American LPGA Major Champion Makes an Honest Confession

In a press conference on Friday at the Buick LPGA Shanghai event, Danielle Kang discussed her performance through the first 36 holes. Admitting to not being in great form in the past and openly admitting to her flaws, she proved that she is one strong golfer. Amid these honest confessions, the LPGA star fearlessly addressed the bullying she had faced recently.

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Kang admitted to being aware of the various comments made about her game and instead spoke about her game in a more positive light. She has embraced self-awareness and is on the road to more birdies!

The LPGA star gets honest about her golf performance


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The one-time major winner in the press conference held at Qizhong Garden Golf Club, China, commented on her current form. She stated that she feels as if she has been in a really good position since the Solheim Cup. The LPGA star is currently tied for ninth with a score of eight under par after day 3.

Kang did not shy away from admitting that her performance has not been up to par in the recent past. Comparing this year to the past, her performance evidently took a hit. She also spoke about the bullying and criticism she received.

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The 6-time LPGA winner was aware of the fact that people had made taunts about her game and that there had been significant buzz around it. She said, “People have made enough comments about my golf game to understand that, yes, I have not played as good as I should, or that they think I should. There you go.”

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Kang has been battling with people who try to bully her by working towards feeling good about where she wants to be. She now feels great about her putting, swing, and wedges around the green, and she cited her strong performance at the Solheim Cup as a source of gaining back momentum.

Kang’s triumphs amidst challenges at the 2023 Solheim Cup


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The Solheim Cup was the event from where things started looking onwards and upwards for the Kang. Despite facing several obstacles, like losing her golf clubs, the LPGA star remained strong-willed and performed well for her country.

Even though the win was something she could not secure, she still closed out her 2023 Solheim Cup with a record of 2 wins, 2 losses, and no ties. Additionally, she secured a phenomenal victory in the Sunday singles over Charley Hull of Europe with a convincing score of 4 and 2.


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With that momentum, the American star now seems to be back on track and is looking out for opportunities to make more birdies on the greens. Tune in to find out if she can!

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