When the USGA recently announced the U.S. Senior Women's Open with 50 years old as the cut off, some wondered just how many women would want to be playing for the title. Particularly with golfers developing and peaking at younger ages this century.
An AP story out of Australia quotes 17-year-old World No. 1 Lydia Ko saying she's eyeing 30 as a retirement age...
"I say my plan is to retire when I'm 30 so I'm not just going to go to the beach and hang out for the rest of my life," Ko said Wednesday.
"There's always a second career that comes along with it and I'm trying to build up towards it and, because I'm playing a sport, psychology links well with it."