Vivienne started golf at a tender age too is the perfect example of the success starting golf early and a role model to the young golfers at My First Par.
Born and raised in Sabah, Malaysia. Vivienne was once the Malaysian number one golfer represented the country in various international tournaments. Her biggest highlights were the 2010 Asian games in Guangzhou and the 2010 World Amateur Team Championship in Argentina.
Vivienne's success in the Malaysian junior scene earned her a golf scholarship at the prestigious East Tennessee State University in the USA where she continued her form as the top player in the team including a win at the 2014 Atlantic Sun Conference Championship. Vivienne graduated with a scoring average of 74.53 with her personal best score of 67 and an impressive Magna Cum Laude 3.68 GPA.
Upon graduation, Vivienne started her teaching career in the USA at the Ridges Golf Club at East Tennessee before returning home taking on the junior golf program at Sabah Golf & Country Club. Emphasizing on the rules of golf, Vivienne also believes in taking it to the golf course with her students every Monday for a 9-hole game.