In 2009, South Korean professional Suh Bo-mi won the tri-sanctioned (LAGT-LET-CGA) Suzhou-Taihu Ladies Open, that also came with a one-year exemption to the Ladies European Tour.
The following year, she played in some of the events on LET but her performances and results were not what she had expected.
So she went back to Korea to play on the KLPGA in 2011 after earning a card. However, last year Suh lost her card after finishing out of top 50. And again last month she failed in the Q-school.
"This explains why I'm back to play in the LAGT after over three years. I need to re-start. I need to go back to basics and claw my way back to competitive form. I am working with my coach to get me back to where I was three years ago," said Suh.
For Suh, a new era begins with the Hero Women's Indian Open starting tomorrow at the Delhi Golf Club.
"This is my first visit to India. I'm rejuvenated but my game is still not at desired level. I need to work on many aspects of my game. The Hero Women's India Open will give me and my coach a chance to gauge my level of play," said Suh, whose only target here is to make it to weekend play.
She said the course is in good condition. "It's a good course and I love it. I believe I can do well here course the fairways are wide and so I hope to play an attacking game."