Lilia Bu climbed 8 places to 4th in the world rankings…Nellie Corda regained the 1st place

Lilia Boo (USA) rose eight places in the world rankings to 4th at once by winning the Chevron Championship, the first major event of the LPGA tour season. 먹튀검증

According to the Rolex World Rankings announced on the 25th (Korean time), Boo was ranked 4th, up 8 spots from her previous week. This is the first time Boo has ranked in the top 10 of the world rankings, her previous highest ranking was 11th. Angel Inn (USA), who finished runner-up after overtime, also raised its world ranking from 172nd to 48th.

Boo, a descendant of the Vietnamese boat people, made her first major win with a birdie on the first hole in the final round of the Chevron Championships, which ended on the 24th. Major competitions had more than twice as many world ranking points as general competitions, so the ranking change was significant.

The world ranking has also changed. Lydia Ko (New Zealand), who was disqualified from the Chevron Championship, fell one place to 2nd place, but Nellie Korda (USA) regained the 1st place. Koda was singled out for third place at the Chevron Championships with a long eagle putt on the last hole. Koda’s world ranking rating is 8.53, while Lydia Ko’s is 7.99.

Ko Jin-young (28), who tied for 7th at the Chevron Championship, maintained her third place in the world rankings. However, Kim Hyo-joo (28) and Jeon In-ji (29), who were among the top 10 girls in the world rankings, fell to 11th and 12th places. Kim Hyo-joo fell two places from ninth place, and Jeon In-ji fell one place from 11th place to 12th place. As a result, Jinyoung Ko was the only Korean player in the top 10.

On the other hand, A-lim Kim (28), who tied for 4th at the Chevron Championship, was ranked 41st, up 12 places from last week. Choi Eun-woo (28), who won the KLPGA Tour Nexen Saint Nine Masters, moved up 71 places to 148th.

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