At just 20-years old, Jessica Korda seems like she has been around a while. In 2008 she appeared on the global stage courtesy of a top-20 finish at the Women’s US Open but she truly made her mark when she won the 2012 Australian Women’s Open in that remarkable six-way playoff at Royal Melbourne.
Korda, the daughter of former tennis Australian Open winner Petr Korda, looks to be finding some good consistency on tour and won her second professional title by beating Stacy Lewis by a stroke to win the Bahamas LPGA Classic.
Korda is starting back in Australia at the Australian Ladies Masters that teed off today at Royal Pines and the ALPG caught up with her to see what clubs are in her bag. She’s off to a great start.