Former President Barack Obama Sends Congratulations to Allisen Corpuz and Expresses Interest in a Golf Game with the New U.S. Women’s Open Champion

(Sam Greenwood)

Allisen Corpuz, the newly crowned champion of the historic U.S. Women’s Open at Pebble Beach, received a notable congratulatory message shortly after her victory. The message came in the form of a tweet that quickly gained attention across social media channels.

The tweet, sent by former President Barack Obama, held particular significance as Corpuz, along with Michelle Wie West, attended the prestigious Punahou School in Hawaii. Obama himself is an alumnus of the same school. In his tweet, he expressed his congratulations to fellow Hawaiian Allisen Corpuz on her remarkable achievement and mentioned his anticipation of a round at Kapolei.

Corpuz’s victory was a testament to her skill and composure as she recorded an impressive final-round score of 69, including six birdies and three bogeys. She clinched her first LPGA victory, surpassing Charley Hull and Jiyai Shin by a three-shot margin.

When asked about the significance of Barack Obama’s outreach during her media interview following the win, Corpuz acknowledged the special connection as both Barack and Michelle are Punahou alumni. She expressed her admiration for the former president’s accomplishments and conveyed her appreciation for the message.

The tweet from Barack Obama added an extra touch of pride and encouragement to Allisen Corpuz’s remarkable achievement, highlighting the strong bond among Punahou alumni and their shared accomplishments.

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