How do they produce such dedicated and talented golfers? Is it talent or is it dedication ? Is it a racial thing? There aren’t even many golf courses in South Korea. It is a very small crowded country that is only about the size of Indiana; mountainous and jammed with 50 Million people. There is no room to even play golf yet now, the country is producing more female golfers than anywhere else on earth. Of the 10 top female golfers in the world 4 are from South Korea as are 40 of the top 100.
Over the last 5 years , an astonishing 32 LPGA Tournament winners have been Korean. The self discipline and determination of the women from the country is unmatched by women from other countries. They train in vertical up to 4 stories high golf ranges to shoot buckets of balls about 8 hours a day. Some girls live overnight at the golf camps. They are teens holding golf clubs instead of school books. Many go to school only once a week but play golf every other possible time.
Look stereotypes are just that. We can not assume that it is by nature that labels can be put on people. In awards, it is the work ethic that you put into mastering anything as proven by the new elite girls of golf. As far as race is concerned, any combination of any race gives the world new looks where no one can really be labeled as from any distinct region, therefore no stereotype necessary. Let us just judge people by the character of their heart and work ethic and not necessarily by origin.