2014-15: Participated in two tournaments ... In his five rounds, he posted a 84 (+12) ... made his season debut at the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame (Sept. 27-28) and shot a 162 (+18) in two rounds, including a career best 78 (+6) in the final round ... recorded a 79 (+7) at the ODU/Outerbanks Invitational third round (Oct. 21).
2013-2014: Competed in four events and nine rounds for UMES ... tournament total was fifth most for UMES ... finished year with 85.44 average (+13) ... shot season-best round of 80 on first day of PGA Minority Championships (May 10) ... top finisher for UMES at Tiger Invitational (Nov. 9) with 88, 86 to place 43rd with a score of 174 (+30) ... carded 86, 91 to finish 33-over-par at Whiting-Turner Towson Invitational (April 1) ... four rounds under 85 on year ... named to the MEAC Commissioner's All-Academic Team.
High School/Club: A four-year letterman as a player/coach in golf ... Won four golf tournament ... Took home three county and regional championships ... shot a career-best 67 ... Made honor roll all four years in high school.
Personal: Nickname is KP ... Born April 25, 1993 in South Korea ... Son of Ji Park ... Has one sister, Jessica ... Major is PGA Golf Management ... Pre-game routine/superstition is relaxing his mind ... Plans to get Class A license and play on the PGA Tour ... Best advice/favorite saying is, "Do not let people tell you who you are, you decide." ... Hobbies outside of sports are snowboarding and fishing ... Favorite book/author is Thomas Merton ... Favorite movie is Ted ... Personal best sports moment is winning his first tournament ... Most influential person is his father because he taught him the game of golf ... Personal athletic goals for the season is averaging a 75 ... Personal athletic goals before graduation is being able to shoot under par and become a solid golfer.
Career Personal Best: 78 (+6), National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame, September 28, 2014