KARRIE WEBB: Well, I think Se Ri Pak obviously had a lot to do with why there are so many Koreans over here now. Obviously her breakthrough on the LPGA made a lot of South Korean girls think that it's definitely feasible for them to come over here and play successfully on the LPGA. I think a lot of credit goes to her.
And then you know, the Korean girls are really, really tough workers and I don't think -- are hard workers and I don't think that, you know, what some of the players may lack in physical talent as far as hitting the ball, I don't think they really see it when they are out there. They just get the job done, get the ball in the hole and that's a talent in itself to be able to get around the course with the ability that they have, and they do it very well.
Q. What impact has it had on the Tour?
KARRIE WEBB: Every out here is working harder than they did ten years ago just because of the quality of the fields each week.
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