The second heyday of Lydia Ko (New Zealand) does not seem to have reached its peak yet.

Lydia Ko won the European Ladies Professional Golf Tour (LET) Aramco Saudi Ladies International (total prize money of 5 million dollars) held at the Royal Greens Golf and Country Club (par 72) in Saudi Arabia on the 19th (Korean time).

Lydia Ko, who entered the final round in second place, one stroke behind, shot 4 under par 68 with 5 birdies and 1 bogey, for a final total of 21 under par 267. She reached the top by beating 2nd place Aditi Ashok (India) by one stroke.

Lydia Ko was a strong favorite from the beginning of the tournament, cutting 8 strokes from the first round. Lydia Ko, who started a full-fledged pursuit by catching a birdie on the first hole (par 4), did not waver even after making a bogey on the second hole (par 4). He took a chance by adding a birdie on the 6th hole (par 4).

In the second half, the temperament of a matchmaker was activated in earnest. Following the 10th hole (par 4), he caught birdies in the 13th hole (par 5) and 17th hole (par 4), defeating competitors such as Lilia Boo, Lexi Thompson (above USA), and Ashok, and putting a wedge into the championship.  카지노

Lydia Ko was once called a ‘genius girl’. As a teenager, she broke all of her world golf records for being the youngest. In 2012 she recorded her youngest ever professional win at the New South Wales Women’s Open in Australia, and then broke the LPGA Tour record for youngest ever win at the Canadian Open in August of that year. At the age of 17 she rose to number one in the world rankings as well as winning the major tournament Evian Championship in 2015. At the 2016 Rio Olympics, she won a silver medal.

But she also had a hard time with him. Since 2017, she has gradually moved away from winning. Her only win in the 2018 Medi Hill Championship is her 4 years from 2017-2020. Even in 2018, she competed in 26 tournaments and passed the cut 24 times, and in 2019, her career earnings exceeded $ 10 million, but she did not win, although she built up her achievements.

Then, in 2021, she climbed back to her top at the Lotte Championship, reopening her winning streak in earnest. In 2022, she started at Gainbridge at Boccario, where she won the BMW Ladies Championship, CME Group Tour Championship, world number one, as well as Player of the Year and the Bear Trophy (lowest stroke award). .

Her ‘second heyday’ was largely due to Jung Jun, who became her husband. Lydia Ko, who met Chung just before the Lotte Championships, won her first LPGA Tour victory in three years at that event. Lydia Ko recalled this time and described Jeong as a ‘lucky charm’.

Lydia Ko, who made last year her best year, seemed to be finishing her finale by marrying Chung in December. However, Lydia Ko’s heyday, which was more stable with her marriage, is not over yet. She won her first tournament in the new year, earned $750,000 in prize money (approximately 975 million won), and secured her first place in the world rankings.

Lydia Ko, who won the event in 2021, said, “I wanted to focus on my game. I didn’t feel like I had many birdie opportunities on the first hole, but I wanted to be aggressive thinking that every hole could be a birdie opportunity. It’s good to win this week. “he was delighted.

“There’s still a lot happening over the past few months to be thankful for,” she added. “I’m just trying to enjoy being out on the course. You know, I’m playing with the best in the world. It’s off to a good start.” foretold.

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