Lydia Ko, who is ranked third in the women’s golf world rankings, prepared a stepping stone to escape from sluggishness by performing well in the Aramco Team Series of the European Women’s Professional Golf Tour (LET).
Lydia Ko shot a 1-over par 73 in the final round of the LET Aramco Team Series held at Trump International GC (par 72) in West Palm Beach, Florida, USA on the 22nd (Korean time).
Lydia Ko, who recorded an even par of 216 in three days, finished the tournament in a tie for third place, two strokes behind the winner, Carlota Zimida.
Lydia Ko was named the LPGA Tour Player of the Year last year, the prize money winner, and the least number of strokes. In February, she won the LET Aramco Saudi Ladies International in Saudi Arabia, recapturing her world number one ranking.
However, she has performed poorly on the LPGA Tour this season. She competed in five LPGA Tour events, where she finished in a tie for sixth at the Honda LPGA Thailand, but failed to finish in the top 30 in the subsequent four events.메이저놀이터
Her first major of the season, she missed the cut at the Chevron Championships. As her poor performance continued, her world ranking also dropped to number three.
She recently changed her sluggish trend by performing well in the LET event, which she participated in during the absence of an LPGA Tour event.
Meanwhile, on the LPGA Tour, the Bank of Hope LPGA Match Play will be held starting on the 24th. The defending champion is Ji Eun-hee, the “eldest sister” of the LPGA Tour Korean Le