Miho Koga, renowned golfer from Japan, was born on December 31, 1969. Since her debut into professional golf, Miho Koga has managed to win victories left and right from the numerous tours and tournaments she has joined. These victories and the number of tournaments played by Miho Koga only indicate one thing – Japan is ready to take on golf with their very own talented golfer.
In 2005, Miho Koga finished the JLPGA Apita Circle-K SUnkus Ladies at third place, tying with Lu Ya-huei. This JLPGA tour was marked by two Srixon Staff Professionals, Miho Koga and Lu Ya-huei because they were both playing using Srixon golf balls. Miho Koga used the Srixon’s Z-UR prototype while Ya-huei used the Srixon’s Z-UR golf ball.
In 2007, Miho Koga managed to land a victory over American star Paula Creamer at the Masters GC Ladies. After shooting a 6-under 66, Miho Koga emerged the victor. She finished the Masters Golf Club course with a 9-under 207. This was an important victory for Miho Koga as she was able to beat out Creamer who was the 2005 winner in the JLPGA event but this time Creamer had to settle for second place, behind Japan’s Miho Koga.
Yet another memorable accomplishment by Miho Koga was when she climbed to first place in another JLPGA tour. Miho Koga was leading in the Chukyo TV Bridgestone Ladies Open and she even managed to leapfrog over eight other players in the event such as Miki Saiki, Ayako Uehara and Michiko Hattori. Emerging as the victor for this JLPGA event, it marked Miho Koga’s 9th career win. Just weeks before this JLPGA event, Miho Koga already landed a victory in the Crystal Geyser Ladies. Miho Koga has definitely made a mark in Japan’s golf history and has proved to be their country’s driving force when it comes to the sport.