There is no enemy. It is no exaggeration to say that the era of Lydia Ko (26, New Zealand) has opened wide. There was an expectation that her upward trend would be somewhat dampened after her marriage, but it was unfounded.
Lydia Ko has solidified her No. 1 spot in the women’s golf world rankings. Lydia Ko kept her first place in the weekly women’s golf world rankings announced on the 21st. She has held the throne for a whopping 13 consecutive weeks since she took first place in the world rankings on November 29 last year. She has been number one for 8 consecutive weeks this year. 토토사이트
Far from being caught up by the second-place group, the gap continues to widen. Lydia Ko won the Ladies European Tour (LET) Aramco Saudi Ladies International, which ended on the 19th, beating Aditi Ashok (India) by one stroke. It was a perfect victory that kept the lead steadily from the first day of the competition.
Last year, Lydia Ko won major categories such as LPGA Tour Player of the Year, prize money, and average at bats. In LET, the multiplier was added in about a year and three months after this tournament held in November 2021. It is the 7th win in the LET career. With this victory, she further widened the gap with Nellie Corda (USA), who is ranked second in the world.
After finishing the 2022 season, Lydia Ko, who married Jeong Jun, son of Hyundai Card Vice Chairman Chung Tae-young on December 30 last year, spends time in New Zealand for a month of honeymoon and winter training. enjoyed
On the other hand, players after world ranking No. 2 do not change much. 3rd place Lee Min-jee (Australia), 4th place Ataya Titikun (Thailand), and 5th place Jinyoung Ko (28) kept their places, and Lexi Thompson (USA), who tied for 3rd place at the Aramco Saudi Ladies International, beat Brooke Henderson (Canada). I pushed it to 7th place and became 6th place. Jeon In-ji in 8th place and Kim Hyo-joo in 9th place are also unchanged. Aditi Ashok, who competed fiercely with Lydia Ko at the Aramco Saudi Ladies International, jumped 54 steps to 89th.