Brianna Do is planning to return to Vietnam to participate in tournaments in the near future.

After hosting the 2014 US Open, Pinehurst Course No. 2 continued to become the host of the 2014 US Women’s Open women’s golf major tournament. The official round took place from June 19-22 with the participation of 156 golfers.

After making a big impression at the 2011 US Women’s Amateur Public Links with the championship position, Brianna Do became an LPGA member a year later, and is also the first Vietnamese-born golfer at the world’s largest professional women’s tournament system.

Calling back from the US, Brianna Do’s father and caddy, Mr. Do Xuan Qui, shared with VnExpress: `Brianna passed the local qualifying round with a score of 142 strokes, ranking second. I am very happy and

Brianna Do was born in 1990 in California into a Vietnamese immigrant family.

In 2011, while still a student at UCLA, Brianna Do won the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship, the American women’s amateur golf championship.

In the first round of the 2014 U.S. Women’s tournament, Brianna Do teamed up with two American golfers Sandra Changkija and Kathleen Scavo, starting at 2:31 p.m. (local time).

Information about Brianna Do

Full name: Brianna Catheryn Do

Nickname: Bri Do

Born in 1990

Place of origin: Da Nang, Vietnam

Hobbies: Tennis, Swimming, Piano, Yoga

Favorite set of clubs: Callaway

Idol: Tiger Woods

Dream: Return to Vietnam to compete

Professional competition: 2012

Forte: Long game


2006: Representative face of `Teen on the Green` in Latvia

2007: One of 10 young American faces attending Jr.

Year  2011: Won the US Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship

2012, 2014: Competed at the U.S.

US Women’s Open 2014 information

Time: June 19-22

Course: Pinehurst No. 2, Par70, 7,495 yards long

Total prize: $3.25 million

Defending champion: Inbee Park, Korean

Tournament record:  Juli Inkster, 272 (-16) in 1999

Youngest golfer: Lucy Li, 11 years old, American.

Oldest golfer: Juli Inkster, 53 years old, American.