Lydia Ko (New Zealand) maintained the No. 1 position for 11 consecutive weeks in the women’s golf world rankings announced in the second week of February.
Lydia Ko took first place with a ranking point of 7.72 in the Rolex Women’s Golf World Ranking announced on the 6th (local time). In the world rankings released on November 28 last year, she has been leading for 11 consecutive weeks after recapturing the top spot after 5 years and 5 months.
As the LPGA entered a break from the opening game until February 23, there were no major changes in the top rankings. Lee Min-ji (Australia) ranked third with a ranking point of 6.19, and Ataya Titikkun (Thailand) ranked fourth with a ranking point of 5.80.
It was Ko Jin-young who recorded the highest ranking among domestic players. With a ranking point of 5.70, she was ranked 5th. However, the point gap with her leader, Lydia Ko, widened slightly from 1.98 points to 2.02 points. 카지노사이트
Jeon In-ji and Kim Hyo-joo also ranked 8th (4.73 points) and 9th (4.33 points), the same as last week. Park Min-ji, the highest ranker among ‘domestic players’, ranked 16th with a ranking point of 3.33 points. Jennifer Cupcho (USA) is ranked 15th, slightly ahead of Minji Park with 3.34 points.