Two-time major champion Lydia Ko joined Amy Rogers and Adam Stanley in episode 5 of “The Amy and Adam Show”. The 2016 ANA Inspiration Champion discussed his participation in this week’s Major Championship and his work with Sean Foley.
The 23-year-old Korean also opened up on why she recently took to social media to discuss rising anti-Asian sentiment and hate crimes in the United States, and what it was like to be a woman. Asian.
“I think it’s fair, right now with COVID it’s difficult. People have moved away from normal life. Our lives have been turned upside down, ”she said on the podcast. I think, especially during COVID times like this, we need to unite and not hate each other or judge others just by their appearance. The core of everything in us is the same.
“Especially with my Asian origins, I’m very proud to be born in South Korea and there are so many Korean players on tour that have motivated me, and I really admired them, and I just hope that one day there There is no discrimination. You don’t have to love every person, but the more love we have the better off we are as people and I think that’s just the way to be continued to be united.
Listen to the full podcast below:
Listen to “The Amy & Adam Show – Episode 5 (Lydia Ko, ANA Inspiration preview)” on Spreaker.