The donation is earmarked to help families who have been affected by wildfires in Korea. The size of her donations allows her to join the Honor Society, which is for those who give a lot to this particular charitable organization, which has a name like 'the Fruits of Love'.
She is the 11th pro golfer to achieve honor status, behind fellow woman golfers like Na Yeon Choi, Sung Hyun Park, Hae Rym Kim, Inbee, Jin Young Ko, So Yeon Ryu and Hye Jin Choi.
The article also mentions that Six will be playing the KLPGA Championship starting April 28, which explains why she hasn't been playing the LPGA events lately.
Georgia residents Thienna Huynh and Sara Im outlasted Kaitlyn Schroeder and Bailey Shoemaker, 1 up, on Sunday at Grand Reserve Golf Club in Puerto Rico to win the 7th U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball Championship.
Huynh, 18, of Lilburn, and Im, 17, of Duluth, become the second and third players from the Peach State to win this championship, joining Rinko Mitsunaga (Roswell) who won at Bandon Dunes in 2015 with Mika Liu in the event’s inaugural year. Huynh, a graduating high school senior who will enroll at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas in the fall, also becomes the event’s second left-handed winner after Erica Shepherd in 2019.
Im, a high school junior, earned her second national title. In 2018, she captured the Girls 12-13-year-old division of the Drive, Chip & Putt Championship.
The victory also earned Huynh and Im, the 2020 Georgia Women’s Amateur champion, exemptions into this summer’s U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship at The Club at Olde Stone in Bowling Green, Ky., and the U.S. Women’s Amateur at Chambers Bay in University Place, Wash.
“It obviously means a lot,” said Huynh. “It's so surreal. [My mom] said on 18 green, ‘Can you believe that we're USGA champions?’”