Past Seasons' Highlights
KJ' PIC - Click on pic
for larger view to see K.J. and the team
enjoying a moment at the Ford Championship at
Doral (from left to right: Michael Yim, K.J.
Choi, Clint Begay (K.J.'s Former Caddie), David
Darbyshire (K.J.'s physical trainer), and Joe
Miera of MCC/Apache Shafts. Photo courtesy of
|A Rare Glimpse into K.J.'s Family Life
See the video (requires broadband connection)
K.J. answers your questions about his 2005
goals, what he's working on, etc. See our FAQ.
Congratulations to K.J. on his contract
with Nike! Not only will K.J. be sporting
the Nike swoosh logo from head-to-toe, he
will be playing with Nike equipment (See Equipment).
Look for the Nike ball commercial this weekend
featuring K.J. Choi. See Press
Release. K.J. and three others created
a buzz after using Nike black ball at FBR
Open, see article.
See photo of K.J.'s 'black' ball.
K.J. Choi signs with Nike!
PGA Championship Result:
The winds of Whistling Straits finally showed
its teeth in the final round but K.J. still hung
in there finishing tied for 6th, only two shots
behind the leader. This is K.J.'s second top 10
finish in a Major this season. Read about K.J.'s
ball' incident in round two which
could have led to a more favorable outcome. See
Results & Scoring.
Gallery of K.J. enjoying time with his close
Milwaukee friends after Sunday's round.
British Open Championship Result:
K.J. finishes tied for 16th at the Open Championship
tournament held at Royal Troon GC in Ayrshire,
Scotland. This is his best finish at the British
Open of his career. See Leaderboard
Scores & Earnings. See Photos
Caddying for K.J. was veteran Andy Prodger who
carried K.J.'s bag at last year's Linde German
Masters victory. He also caddied for K.J. at this
Congrats to Todd Hamilton on his triumphant win
at the Open Championship.
BMW Asian Open Update:
finishes in sole 4th place after shooting 4-under-par
68 in the final round of the BMW Asian Open.
Congrats to winner Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain.
Scores & Results / Getty
S.K. Telecom Open in Seoul, Korea
K.J. finished tied for 14th at 1-over
par in the tournament after carding 69-74-72-74
during the four rounds of play from May 20 -
23. It was still an exciting week for Choi nevertheless
with scores of spectators and fans getting a
rare glimse of their national hero who now plays
mostly on the U.S. PGA Tour.
photos of K.J. taken in China and Korea.
finished in a tie for 25th (-2) at the Omega
Hong Kong Open after shooting an even 70
in the final round. Padraig Harrington won with
a score of -11.
The Presidents Cup ends in a tie. K.J. was the first to score for
International after defeating Justin Leonard
4 & 2. Internationals Choi, Lonard, Goosen
and Singh all posted wins on the final day. Read
Leaderboard / US
Team / International
Team / Photos
South Korea finished in a tie for 9th
after shooting 69 (-3) in the final round of
Cup Championship. Congrats to South Africa
on winning the championship. See
Final Results & Earnings
K.J. capped off the year with a respectable
finish at this year's Tour
Championship where he finished at -1 (77-68-70-68),
Results & Earnings
Lends Helping Hand to Hurricane Victims
09/21/03: K.J. wins the Linde German Masters!
K.J. makes history once again by becoming the
first Korean to win on the European Tour. This
is a huge victory for K.J. as he makes his first
appearance at the Presidents Cup tournament
in November. K.J. won by a 2-stroke victory
over Spain's Jiménez which moves him
up 21 spots to No. 16 in the official
world ranking. Congrats K.J.! Watch K.J.'s
video/interview following his win at the 2003
Linde German Masters. This video requires a
broadband connection and is found at Europeantour.com.
Results / See
Read Story / More
on Caddie Andy Prodger
Other 2003 Coverage
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For the past two years, our site was known as
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K.J.'s official site was discontinued last year
but we've been hearing that another one is in
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So recently, we thought it would make sense to
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We've archived all of 2002's articles in the Recent
Articles page. As in the past, we
will continue to post articles and photos as the
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