Kim Hyo-joo (28) was ranked 9th in the world rankings.
Kim Hyo-joo recorded her ranking point of 4.64 in the women’s golf world rankings announced on the 2nd (Korean time), and she was named 9th. Compared to her last week, she has risen 2 places.
At the JM Eagle LA Championship, which ended on the 1st, he recorded a 3-under-par 281 strokes and tied for 17th place. She also finished 11th at the Chevron Championships, her season’s first major, held in late April.
She finished in the top 10 three times during the six events she competed in this year, and five times when she ranged into the top 20. Except for the April Lotte Championship (tied for 48th place), everything was steady.
His best result this season was a tie for 3rd at the Dio Implant LA Open. During the six tournaments, he earned $317,621 (KRW 425.92 million).
As Kim Hyo-joo moved up the rankings, Lin Xiyu (China), runner-up at the LA Championship, rose three places to 13th, and Hannah Green (Australia), who reached the top, rose 13 places to 14th.
While the top 10 has not changed much except for Kim Hyo-joo’s entry, the competition between the 10th and 30th is fierce as players in the middle and upper ranks have recently won or finished the tournament in the top ranks. Jeon In-ji (29) maintained 12th place, while Yin Luoning (China) ranked 21st, up 9 seasons. 스포츠토토
Choi Hye-jin (24) maintained 25th place, and Park Min-ji (25) ranked 26th, down three notches. Lee Ye-won (20) was ranked 38th, up 5 places. Yoo Hae-ran (22) took 44th place, moving up 9 places.
From the 5th to the 9th, the ‘National Competition’, the Hanwha Life Plus International Crown, will be held at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco. Players who do not participate in this tournament will participate in the Cognitive Founders Cup held in New Jersey from the 12th to the 16th after a week’s break.