Korean player Lydia Ko (Hana Financial Group), a Korean player from New Zealand, was named to the top of the leaderboard at the Ladies’ European Tour (LET) Aramco Saudi Ladies’ International, the official tournament she participated in for the first time this year.
Lydia Ko hit 4 under par 68 with 5 birdies and 1 bogey in the final 4th round of the tournament held at King Abdullah Royal Greens Golf and Country Club (par 72) in Saudi Arabia on the 19th. He recorded a final total of 21 under par 267 strokes, beating Aditi Ashok (India) by one shot and winning the championship.
Lydia Ko has won the LET once again since 2021 and has won her 7th personal career. Following the CME Group Tour Championship, the final round of the 2022 season of the LPGA Tour held in November last year, she ranked first in both recent official tournaments.바카라사이트
On December 30, 2018, Lydia Ko married Jeong Jun, the son of Hyundai Card Vice Chairman Chung Tae-young, and won the tournament, the first time she participated in it, and showed off her unchanging skills.
He was one stroke behind Lilia Bu (USA) at the start of the final round, but caught up in the second half. While Boo couldn’t reduce the number of strokes, he caught a birdie on the 10th hole (par 4) and 13th hole (par 5) and became a joint leader.
Ashok also caught birdies in a row on the 15th and 16th holes, and the three players competed as a joint leader. Lydia Ko caught a birdie putt on the 17th hole (par 4) and rose to the sole lead.
Ashok finished first in second place, one stroke behind Lydia Ko. Lydia Ko also had a crisis on the last 18th hole (par 5). I made a mistake on my tee shot. However, he kept the par by sending the second shot to the fairway and the third shot to the green.
Boo drowned his second shot and ended up bogeying the 18th hole, away from the championship. He tied for third place (19 under par 269 strokes) with Lexi Thompson (USA) and Manon de Louie (Belgium).
Among Korean players, Yoo Hae-ran (Daol Financial Group) cut 5 strokes in the 4th round and recorded a final total of 14 under par, 274 strokes, and was tied for 9th place, the highest ranking. Lim Hee-jeong (Doosan E&C Golf Team) tied for 14th with 11 under par and 277 strokes, and Kim Hyo-joo (Lotte Golf Team) tied for 18th with 10 under par and 278 strokes. Meanwhile, Lydia Ko is highly likely to maintain her No. 1 position in the women’s golf world rankings scheduled to be announced next week.