A large number of world top players and Korean national players will participate in the Ladies European Tour (LET) armed with enormous oil money.
LET will hold Aramco Saudi Ladies International (total prize money of 5 million dollars) at Royal Greens GCC (par 72, 6295 yards) in Saudi Arabia for four days from the 16th (Korean time). The total prize money at the tournament sponsored by the Saudi Arabian Sovereign Fund (PIF) is 5 million dollars (approximately 6.4 billion won). This is a five-fold increase from last year’s $1 million. The winner will be awarded $750,000. The total prize money for general tournaments on the LPGA tour is between $1.5 million and $2 million. 토토사이트
As a result, many of the world’s top gold players were mobilized. Initially, 50 of the 120 players in the entry consisted of players within the top 300 in the women’s golf world rankings. The remaining 60 are from LET and the remaining 10 are invited players.
World No. 1 Lydia Ko (New Zealand) chose to start this season with this tournament. Lydia Ko, whom she married late last year, hasn’t competed in more than a month due to her honeymoon and winter training. World number 7 Lexi Thompson (USA), Jeon In-ji (8th), Kim Hyo-joo (9th), Hataoka Nasa (10th, Japan), and Daniel Kang (17th, USA) will also participate.
A large number of Korean players were also listed. Kim A-lim (48th), Yoo Hae-ran (52nd), Ji Eun-hee (54th), and Shin Ji-eun (98th), who are active on the LPGA Tour, were listed on the entry list, and Lee Jeong-eun (38th) from the Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) tour. ), Lee So-mi (43rd), Lim Hee-jeong (57th), Hong Jung-min (76th), Jeong Yun-ji (77th), Lim Jin-hee (93rd), Song Ga-eun (107th), Jo Ah-yeon (111st), Seong Yu-jin (119th), Ha Min-song (134th) and Hwang Jung-mi (138th) sortie.