"It’s been a great year!” enthused Kelly. “If you had told me on July 15th – right before the restart – that I’ll finish 54th on the money list and 37th on the Race to CME Globe, I’d have thought that’s a little too much to ask for considering how the past few years have gone for me.”
“I surpassed all my goals this year by creating a new Rolex Ranking finish, whatever it is going to be tomorrow. I’m stoked!” added the 27-year-old, who turned pro in 2013 and has based herself in the United States ever since.
Kelly intends to return to Malaysia in early 2021 and spend Chinese New Year, which falls on February 12, with her family.
“I plan to come back to Malaysia after the New Year celebrations and definitely spend Chinese New Year with the family,” said Malaysia’s top lady golfer, who hails from Batu Pahat, Johor. “Full-field events won’t start till March, I believe, and it looks like I’ll have a couple of months in Malaysia.”
In the meantime, Kelly is looking forward to a well-deserved Christmas break at the popular Mexican beach resort city of Cabo San Lucas. “For now, I’m looking forward to my off-season, spending Christmas in Cabo San Lucas … it’ll be fun!”
SBS Golf posted this little video called 'The Return of Hope'. The theory is that whenever Korea is in dire straits, along comes a golf superstar to brighten the day. First they talk about Se Ri's Open win during the IMF bailout, then Inbee during the 2008 economic downturn. So A Lim Kim is now the star of the Corona Virus years.