‘New bride’ Lydia Ko tops women’s golf world rankings for the 8th week
‘New Bride’ Lydia Ko (New Zealand) has kept the top spot in the world rankings for eight weeks.
Lydia Ko maintained her first place in the Rolex Women’s Golf World Rankings announced on the 17th (Korean time) with her ranking point of 7.66 points.
Lydia Ko, who swept the Player of the Year award, lowest stroke award, and prize money crown last year with three wins, including the final round of the LPGA Tour, returned to her No. 1 spot in late November, her eighth week in the rankings kept
On the 30th of last month, Lydia Ko drew public attention by marrying Chung Tae-young, the son of Hyundai Card Vice Chairman Jung Joon. Currently, she is enjoying her honeymoon in New Zealand and will skip the LPGA opener this week. 카지노
Aside from Lydia Ko, her top rankings haven’t changed much. This is because major tours, including the LPGA Tour, have entered a break.
Nellie Korda (USA), who recently signed a sponsorship contract with Nike, kept her second place, and Korean-Australian Lee Min-ji swapped places with Attaya Titikkun (Thailand), moving up one notch to fourth place.
Ko Jin-young (28, Solaire) maintained the 5th place, the highest among Korean players, followed by Lexi Thompson (USA), Brook Henderson (Canada), Jeon In-ji (29, KB Financial Group), Kim Hyo-joo (28, Lotte), and Hataoka Nasa. (Japan) maintained 6th to 10th place.
Park Min-ji (25, NH Investment & Securities), the strongest player on the Korean Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour, fell one notch from last week to 15th. Instead, Lin Xiyu (China) rose to 14th.