Lee Ye-won made the first week of April ‘Lee Ye-won’s week’.
In the Rolex LPGA rankings announced on the morning of the 11th (Korean time), there was a slight change in the rankings of the top 100 rankers.
While the rankings of top rankers such as Ko Jin-young, Kim Hyo-joo, and Jeon In-ji remained unchanged, Lee Ye-won (21, KB Financial Group) was the most changed among Korean players.
His ranking a year ago was 320th.
However, Lee Ye-won won the second KLPGA tour of her second season, the Lotte Rent-a-Car Women’s Open, by surprise.
Last season, he participated in 29 competitions and finished in the top 10 13 times, and his best result was second place.
Hana Financial Group Championship (last September 2022)-OK Financial Group Pak Se-ri INVITATIONAL (September)-2022 Doosan Match Play Championship (May).
However, the rookie’s spirit eventually reached the sky. With this victory, Lee Ye-won not only won 144 million won in prize money,카지노사이트 but also created a sensation by recording a victory in his first tournament of the year. Naturally, the world ranking also rose to 39th, up 9 places.
On the other hand, there were no noticeable changes in the rankings of Korean players within the top 50, except Lee Ye-won.
Among international players, only Yamashita Miyu (22), who won the JLPGA’s Fujifilm-Studio Alice Ladies Open, jumped up three places to settle in 21st place. Similarly, there were no major changes.