Jenny Shin joined the Chervò family in 2021.
Born in Seoul, Korea in 1992, Jenny Shin moved to the United States at the age of 9, at which time she also took up the game of golf. It didn’t take her long to achieve success as a junior having won the 2006 US Girls Junior at the age of 14, and the 2009 AJGA Heather Farr Classic when she was 17. In 2008, at the age of 16, she competed in the prestigious US Women’s Open as an amateur.
Shin turned professional in 2010 at the age of 17 and immediately qualified for the LPGA Tour through Q-School. Her rookie season in 2011 was a successful one, as she recorded four top-10 finishes and finished 20th on the money list. She has since established herself as a consistent performer on the tour, with multiple top-10 finishes each season.
In 2016, Jenny captured her first LPGA Tour title at the 2016 Volunteers of America Texas Shootout. Her best financial season on the LPGA Tour was in 2014, when she posted seven top-10 finishes and earned $720,000. Since joining the LPGA Tour in 2011, Jenny has dozens of Top 10 finishes ,and in 2021 a third place result at the Bank of Hope LPGA Match-Play.
“I have an affinity for fashion. I have always been a fan of Italian brands and honored to wear the only one in the world of golf. Chervò is unlike any other brand I have ever worn and each collection is so unique and beautifully crafted. I love everything about it!”
Splitting her time between Las Vegas and Los Angeles, Jenny credits her parents as the people who most influenced her career. She enjoys fashion, reading, shopping, video games, hiking and working out.
Off the course, Shin is known for her philanthropic efforts. She has been involved with a number of charitable organizations, including the KPGA Dream Golf Foundation and the Special Olympics. She has also worked with the LPGA-USGA Girls Golf program to help promote golf to young girls.
Shin's success on the LPGA Tour has made her one of the top players in the game today. She is known for her consistent ball-striking and accurate putting, as well as her mental toughness under pressure. With several years of experience and a strong work ethic, Shin is poised to continue competing at the highest level of women's golf for many years to come.