What's In My Bag: Sei Young Kim\nAge: 22 | Lives: South Korea | Story: Won three times in her rookie season on the LPGA Tour.\nWhen I began the season, I had a goal of winning three times in 2015. One day, I’ll buy a nice car for myself. I love Porsches and the BMW i8. But for now, I need to focus on golf.\nGood friends, like Kelly Shon, helped me transition to tour life. There’s a group of us from South Korea who are close. It’s nice to just relax and talk.\nSpecs: TaylorMade SLDR 460, 9.5˚, UST Mamiya ATTAS shaft, S-flex, 45.75 inches, D-1 swingweight. I’ve had this driver for two years. A big thing for me is the sound. You instantly know if you’ve hit it well.\nSpecs: TaylorMade SLDR, 14˚ (43.5 inches) and 19˚ (43”), Fujikura Motore Speeder 5.0 shafts. My reasons for sticking with these clubs are the same as the driver: I just love the feedback.\nSpecs: Adams Idea Super Pro, 23˚, Mitsubishi Rayon Fubuki shaft, \n40 inches, D-1. This is my go-to club to escape the rough. That’s a crucial shot for us on a lot of U.S. courses.\n(4-iron through pitching wedge), Golf Pride Tour Velvet 60 round grips, Nippon N.S. Pro 950 shafts, R-flex. For distance and trajectory, I’ve found these irons so easy to control. I love the crisp, muted sound, too. I don’t carry a 3-iron, and neither should you.\nSpecs: Titleist/Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2, 33 inches, 3˚ loft, 70˚ lie angle. This has been in my bag for all my wins over the past six years. That includes three wins this year and five more on the LPGA of Korea.\nSpecs: Titleist/Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2, 33 inches, 3˚ loft, 70˚ lie angle. This has been in my bag for all my wins over the past six years. That includes three wins this year and five more on the LPGA of Korea.\nThis is how my initials would read in Korean: last name first, then my first name. So that’s why “KSY” is on my Titleist Pro V1.\nI carry this ball marker from Korea University. I graduated last year with a degree in social sports.\nI’m a third-degree black belt in tae kwon do. Here’s a shot of me practicing at home in South Korea. I was just 4 years old when I started, but now I’m a little out of practice.\nWinning in Hawaii the way I did was unreal. A hole out from 154 yards to beat a great player like Inbee Park? So cool.