Lilia Boo (USA), who won a major tournament, rose to fourth in the women’s golf world rankings.
According to the women’s golf world rankings released on the 25th, Boo was ranked 4th, up 8 spots from her last week. This is the first time Boo has made the ‘Top 10’ of women’s golf. Her previous highest ranking was 11th.
At the Chevron Championship (total prize money of $5.1 million), the first major event of the LPGA tour season that ended on the 24th, her wealth beat Angel Inn (USA) after an extended bloody battle to lift the first major championship trophy in her life.
Boo, who reached her ranking point of 6.35, catapulted her into the ‘Top 4’.
There was also a change in her world number one ranking. Nellie Corda (USA, 8.53 points), who placed third at the Chevron Championship, pushed Lydia Ko (New Zealand, 7.99 points), who missed the cut, to second place and rose to first place. 메이저놀이터
It is her first rise to the top five months after giving away her first place to Lydia Ko in November of last year.
Ko Jin-young (28, Solaire) kept third place, but Lee Min-ji (Australia), who was in fourth place, fell two notches to sixth place.
In addition, Lexi Thompson (USA), Brooke Henderson (Canada), and Celine Boutier (France) moved down one notch from last week to rank 7th to 9th in turn.
Among Korean players, Kim Hyo-joo (28, Lotte) and Jeon In-ji (29, KB Financial Group) ranked 11th and 12th, respectively.
Kim A-lim (28, Hanwha Q Cells), who tied for 4th at the Chevron Championship, was ranked 41st, up 12 places from last week.