Ko Jin-young (28, Solaire) entered the world ranking ‘Top 3’.
In the women’s golf weekly world rankings announced on the 7th (Korean time), Ko Jin-young rose to 3rd, up two notches from the previous 5th. The driving force behind her rise is that she won the HSBC Women’s World Championship, which ended on the 5th, after more than a year. New Zealand compatriots Lydia Ko (26, Hana Financial Group) and Nellie Corda (USA) maintained the first and second places. 카지노
Since last summer, Ko Jin-young has been in a long slump due to her wrist injury. After rising to world No. 1 in January of last year, she was on the rise, but fell into a swamp of sluggishness with her wrist injury last August, and came down from world No. 1 after nine months in October last year.
However, after recovering from her injury, she won her second consecutive tournament and her 14th career win on the LPGA Tour through rigorous training combined with meditation this winter.
Ataya Tikkun (Thailand), Korean-Australian Minji Lee (27, Hana Financial Group), Lexi Thompson (USA), Brooke Henderson (Canada), Inji Jeon (29, KB Financial Group), Hyo-joo Kim (28, Lotte), Hataoka NASA (Japan) took 4th to 10th place.
Shin Ji-ae (35), who won the Daikin Orchid Ladies Tournament, the opening day of the JLPGA Tour season that ended on the 5th, moved up 12 places to 54th.