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Yang, Amy (KOR)
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Amy Yang
Surname Yang
First Name(s) Amy
Date of Birth 28th July 1989
Place of Birth Korea
Nationality Korea
Residence Australia
Date turned Pro. 10th October 2006
Exemption Status LET Ranking Tournament Winners
Represents Korea

Ladies European Tour Season Stats and Results
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Ladies European Tour Career Summary
Career Earnings (Euro) 602,896.35
Tournaments Played 37
Tournaments Won 2
Playoff Record 1/1
Top Ten Finishes 16
Completed Rounds 138
Lowest Round 63 (2 times)
Stroke Average 71.36
Total vs Par -89
Average vs Par -0.68
Order of Merit Record
2006 76 24,100.00 1
2007 29 73,356.50 10
2008 4 227,179.38 17
2009 30 58,518.13 4
2010 19 90,402.20 3

Biography Yang, Amy (KOR)


In 2013, Amy played in two events co-sanctioned by the LET and LPGA: RICOH Women’s British Open and Evian Masters.

In 2012, on the LPGA Amy played in 22 events, 20 cuts made, $844,305 (13)
- 5 top-10 finishes, tied career-best finish with a runner-up at the U.S. Women’s Open
- Finished ninth on Tour in Rounds in the 60’s with 23 rounds. She played in two events co-sanctioned by the LET: RICOH Women’s British Open and Evian Masters.

  • In 2011, Amy played in 22 tournaments on the LPGA where she earned $912,160.00 and ended the season ranked 10th on the Money List. She had seven top 10s including a second place at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G. She played in two LET events and had her best season finish at the Ricoh Women’s British Open, where she ended 4th. She also finished tied for 14th at the Evian Masters.
  • In 2010, Amy played most of the year on the LPGA where she earned €765,930. Yang’s best finish came in her final event, the LPGA Tour Championship where she finished 2nd. On the LET, Amy’s best finish was a tie for 5th at the Ricoh Women’s British Open. She finished 19th on the Henderson Money List with earnings of €90,402.20.
  • In 2009, Amy played in four tournaments on the LET and posted two top ten finishes with a season-best of 2nd at the S4/C Wales Ladies Championship. She also tied for 9th at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters. She finished 30th on the Henderson Money List with earnings of 58,518.13 euro. On the LPGA, she recorded a tie for third at the CVS/pharmacy LPGA Challenge, where she carded a 66 in the final round; tied for ninth at the McDonald's LPGA Championship Presented by Coca-Cola, her best finish at a major championship; carded her first LPGA career hole-in-one during the third round of the LPGA Corning Classic. Played in 23 events and ranked 45th in money earned.
  • In 2008, Amy won two tournaments and finished fourth on the New Star Money List. She claimed her maiden victory as a professional at the HypoVereinsbank Ladies  German Open, presented by Audi, by four shots at Golfpark Gut Hausern. It was her second LET victory as she won the 2006 ANZ Ladies Masters in Australia as a 16-year-old amateur. At that time she was the youngest ever winner on the LET. Amy's second victory of the year and her second as a professional came at the Scandinavian TPC Hosted by Annika at Frosaker Golf Course near Stockholm in Sweden. She shot a final round of nine- under-par 63 to win by six strokes in a strong field including Annika Sorenstam. Amy shot a career low round of 63 in the third round en route to victory at both tournaments. She also had two hole-in-ones, firstly at the 7th hole in the third round of the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open, for which she won an Omega watch, and secondly at the 17th in the second round of the BMW Ladies Italian Open. From 17 events played on the LET, Amy posted eight top 10s, including five top 5 places: 2nd place at the Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open, 4th at the MFS Women's Australian Open, T4th at the Goteborg Masters, 5th at the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open, and T5th at the Garanti American Express Turkish Ladies Open.
  • In 2007, Amy played in 13 events in her first full season on Tour and secured EUR 73,356.47 in prize money to round off the year ranked 29th on the New Star Money List. She recorded three top ten finishes and a further three top 20s. Her top ten finishes were T4th at the S4C Wales Ladies Championship, where she carded a career low 65 in the second round; T4th at the season-ending Dubai Ladies Masters and T10th at the Scandinavian TPC Hosted by Annika.
  • In 2006, Amy made her professional debut at the Dubai Ladies Masters in October, where she finished T4th in a quality field. She earned EUR 24,100 which placed her at 76th on the New Star Money List.


Amy won the ANZ Ladies Masters at Royal Pines GC in Australia at the beginning of February 2006 at the age of 16 years, 9 months and 18 days. She became the youngest winner of an LET event and was also the first amateur to win on Tour in 22 years, since Gillian Stewart won the IBM European Open at the Belfry in 1984. Following her victory the LET’s Executive Director, Alexandra Armas, approved Amy’s membership of the LET - that approval requiring a special exemption due to her being under the age of 18 normally required for membership. Amy turned professional in October 2006 at the age of 17 and became the Tour’s youngest member. She earned exempt status as a tournament winner until November 30th, 2009. At the ANZ Ladies Masters, Amy defeated 22-year-old Catherine Cartwright of the United States in a one-hole play-off but because of Amy’s amateur status, Catherine Cartwright claimed the AUS$120,000 first prize. As a result of her playoff victory on Australia’s Gold Coast, Amy was invited to play in two further events on the Ladies European Tour as an amateur in 2006: the Evian Masters in France, where she finished tied 53rd and the Weetabix Women’s British Open at Royal Lytham & St Annes, where she finished 60th. She won the Smyth Salver as the leading amateur in the championship, beating Belen Mozo by six strokes. Amy was also the New Zealand Amateur Champion in 2005. 


Amy’s family moved to Australia for the golf and her father used to be a PE teacher in Korea. She was based in Queensland for 14 months prior to her victory at the ANZ Lades Masters in 2006, on a golf programme at the Robina High School on Australia’s Gold Coast. Her coach, Lawrie Montague, was the Australian National coach from 1992-1999 and is also the owner of Australia High Performance Golf Academy. Amy’s hobbies include watching movies, listening to music and spending time with her friends. Facebook page:

Twitter: @amyy0728


(3) 2006 ANZ Ladies Masters, 2008 HypoVereinsbank Ladies German Open, presented by Audi, 2008 Scandinavian TPC Hosted by Annika. 



2006                                       €24,100.00                         76

2007                                       €73,356.47             29

2008                                       €227,179.38          4

2009                                       €58,518.13             30

2010                                       €90,402.20             19

2011                                       €129,340.14          11


2013                                               5,056.22   142


Ladies European Tour Career Highlights
2006 ANZ Ladies Masters 1 275 -13 0.00
2006 Dubai Ladies Masters 4= 280 -8 24,100.00
2007 Open de Espana Femenino Pro-Am 8= 60 -12 0.00
2007 Scandinavian TPC 10= 289 +1 10,640.00
2007 S4/C Wales Ladies Championship 4= 284 -4 24,976.03
2007 Dubai Ladies Masters 4= 282 -6 17,400.00
2008 MFS Women's Australian Open 4 290 -2 16,599.83
2008 ANZ Ladies Masters 9= 209 -7 7,094.80
2008 Ladies Scottish Open 5 212 -1 8,480.00
2008 Turkish Ladies Open 5= 298 +6 9,675.00
2008 DB Ladies Swiss Open 2 200 -16 53,287.50
2008 Ladies German Open 1 267 -21 37,500.00
2008 Scandinavian TPC 1 202 -14 30,000.00
2008 Goteborg Masters 4= 272 -16 12,050.00
2008 Madrid Ladies Masters 6= 215 -4 11,240.00
2008 Dubai Ladies Masters 7= 282 -6 11,580.00
2009 S4/C Wales Ladies Championship 2 277 -11 40,853.75
2009 Omega Dubai Ladies Masters 9= 279 -9 10,133.33
2010 Ricoh Womens British Open 5= 282 -6 77,992.33
2011 US Women's Open 10= 76 +4 0.00
2011 Ricoh Women's British Open 4 278 -10 93,498.66

Ladies European Tour 2010 Season
29-07-10 Ricoh Womens British Open 5= 282 -6 77,992.33
06-08-10 AIB Ladies Irish Open 19= 213 -3 6,375.00

Ladies European Tour 2011 Season
26-06-11 Wegmans LPGA Championship 12= 68 -4 0.00
10-07-11 US Women's Open 10= 76 +4 0.00
21-07-11 Evian Masters 14= 280 -8 35,841.48
28-07-11 Ricoh Women's British Open 4 278 -10 93,498.66

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