Sung Hyun Park is at the top of the ladies golfing scene, but the world no. 1 remains in disbelief over how far she has gone. Currently in the Philippines to take part in the $100,000 TCC Invitational Golf tournament, the 25-year-old sensation held a press conference to meet local media and her throng of fans.

The press conference that was held Tuesday was actually to introduce Park as the new brand ambassador for Solaire Resort and Casino. Present were a mix of local and international media who threw some questions at the new world no. 1.

For Park, her rise to the top remains unbelievable. Aware that she is still young, she admits that everything seemed to have happened so fast, Manila Bulletin Sports reported.

“I still can’t believe that I became top world ranking number one. I think it came so quickly. But I feel I just have to do my best. Better and better for the rest of the season,” she said.

For this year, Park hopes to win five more titles with one possibly a major. For now, her agenda is the TCC tournament where she is an overwhelming favorite to win it all.

However, the 25-year-old is not taking the field lightly. She is aware that there are familiar names to deal with -- both in the international and local scene. Among the lady golfers out to spoil Park's romp to the title include TLPGA stalwarts Babe Liu, Hsin Lee, Tzu-Chi Lin, Ching Huang, and Chia Pei Lee. There are also former LPGT winners from Thailand like multi-titled Yupaporn Kawinpakorn, Ploychompoo Wilairungrueng, Saruttaya Ngam-usawan, Renuka Suksukont and Wannasiri Sirisampant.

Park is undoubtedly a popular personality back in South Korea. And that apparently showed with her fans cheering her on during the event, each wanting to catch a glimpse and have a photo opportunity with the golfing sensation.

But her fame has obviously not spoiled her outlook. In fact, Park hopes that other countries like the Philippines will get the chance to develop potential golfers and see them in bigger tournaments. She hopes to serve as an inspiration and help aspiring golfers realize their dream.

For now, Park intends to do what she does best on the greens. Branded as the Lady Tiger Woods, she vows to keep her focus and stay the course.

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Sung Hyun-Park believes the best is yet to come for her in the world of golf. Sung Hyun Park of South Korea speaks to the media after winning the HSBC Women's World Championship at Sentosa Golf Club on March 03, 2019 in Singapore. Getty Images/Lionel Ng

“One of my mottos is to do what I can do. I believe that if I always keep in mind that, if I keep doing what I can do, that would also help my career,” Park said.