Jinyoung Ko is expected to rise to the top of the rankings at the US Women’s Open, one of the major stages of the LPGA.
In the Rolex Women’s Professional Golfers Association (LPGA) rankings announced on the morning of the 16th (Korean time), Korean female professional golfers started to climb the rankings, led by Ko Jin-young, who jumped to second place.
Ko Jin-young, who is in charge of the ‘captain’ in her ranking climb, jumped to second place in her ranking, beating Lydia Ko by winning the Founders’ Cup on the LPGA Tour. The score gap with No. 1 Nellie Korda, who was cut off at the Founders Cup, is only 0.02 points.
Jinyoung Ko, who announced her intention not to participate in the next tournament, the Bank of Hope LPGA Match Play, her goal is the US Women’s Open. On the 20th, coach Lee Si-woo heads to the United States to check Jin-young Ko’s swing, and is expected to focus on her practice with the goal of the upcoming KPMG Women’s PGA Championship and US Women’s Open.
Meanwhile, No. 1 Nellie Corda, who was cut off from the Founders Cup due to unexpected sluggishness, also devotes herself to practice with her KPMG Women’s PGA Championship in mind.
After the shocking cutoff, Nellie Corda enjoyed relaxing on the warm waterfront of Lido Cay, Florida, USA.
Through his personal SNS, he wrote “Little R & R, rest and recharge”, along with a photo of herself and the waves and sunlight on the seashore. He conveyed the landscapes he captured.
Of course, her schedule was not much different from her Ko Jin-young, but it would have been an unreasonable schedule for Koda, who recorded 4 consecutive cutoffs and withdrawals (AIG-CP-BMW-Pallicon) due to thrombosis and aftereffects after recovery.먹튀검증
Koh Jin-young, who wants to continue the joy of her victory, and Nellie Corda, who has had time to recharge, will face off at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship from June 22-25 and the US Women’s Open from July 6-9. Can Ko Jin-young, who finally gave up first place at the end of 2022, rise to the top again in about six months?
Meanwhile, within the top 100, Ryu Hae-ran (36th, +9), who finished 4th in the Founders Cup, and Park Ji-young (48th, +12), who finished 2nd in the KLPGA NH Investment & Securities Ladies Championship (48th, +12), made a notable rise in the rankings among domestic players. The winner Lim Jin-hee (84th, +19) was named as the player with the most change in ranking.