Last year, she played in the Wednesday pro-am with Rick Keyes, Meijer’s president and CEO, and learned more about the company’s Simply Give program, which supports local food pantries. she felt a tug to give back to the community that so graciously welcomed LPGA golfers to their town. “I feel like I’m right at home,” said Ryu, who donated $100,000 to Simply Give. “I feel like even though I never really met them personally, I feel like [the fans] are like my friends who are always supporting me, always pulling for me. So coming back as defending champion is always special and I feel very blessed to be here.” Entering the week, Ryu finally feels her game coming together for the season after her tie for second at the U.S. Women’s Open, her best finish of the season. “At the beginning of the season I wasn’t really comfortable with my game at all,” said Ryu, who is teeing off No. 10 at 12:59 p.m. with past Meijer LPGA Classic championsLexi Thompson (2015) and Brooke Henderson (2017). “Since ANA Inspiration, I feel like my game was slowly getting back, and finally I played some great golf at the U.S. Women’s Open. I finished tied for second,… Read full this story
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