Lydia Ko (New Zealand), who came out of her sweet dream as a newlywed, successfully finished the first round of the Saudi tournament with a stormy buddy show.
Lydia Ko, currently ranked No. 1 in the world, won the Ladies European Tour (LET) Aramco Saudi Ladies International (total prize of $5 million) held at the Royal Greens Golf and Country Club (par 72, 6,225 yards) in King Abdullah Economic City, Saudi Arabia on the 16th. ) shot an 8-under-par 64 in the first round on the first day of the tournament.
Lydia Ko is tied for the lead with Pajari Anannarukan (Thailand) as of 7:00 p.m. Korean time. Of course, since it is the first day, the ranking may change depending on the scores of the players in the afternoon. However, regardless of that, no one disputes that Lydia Ko is the strongest candidate to win this tournament in Saudi Arabia. 먹튀검증
That’s how stable play was shown. Lydia Ko, who won the LPGA Tour BMW Ladies Championship held in Wonju, Gangwon-do in October last year, also won the CME Group Tour Championship, the final round of the LPGA Tour season, in November last year.
Lydia Ko, who swept first place in major categories such as LPGA Tour 2022 season player of the year, prize money, and average at bats, is having the best time of her life, overlapping with her marriage to Jeong Jun, son of Hyundai Card Vice Chairman Chung Tae-young, in December.
Lydia Ko won the Aramco Saudi Ladies International held in November 2021. If they win this tournament as well, they will regain supremacy in 1 year and 3 months.
On the other hand, the performance of Korean players also stood out. Hong Jung-min (21), who plays an active part in the Korean Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) tour, tied for third place with Ataya Tittikkun (Thailand) and Aditi Ashok (India) with a 7 under par 65 strokes. Lim Hee-jeong (23) ranked 6th with a 6 under par 66, while Kim Hyo-joo (28) and Yoo Hae-ran (22) tied for
7th with a 5-under 67.
jumped 5 times The $5 million prize money for this tournament is similar to the total prize money of $5.1 million for the Chevron Championship, the first major tournament of the LPGA Tour season.