European women’s golf held on American soil… Lydia Ko, tied for third

 Lydia Ko (New Zealand) secured an opportunity to break away from her recent slump by tying for 3rd at the European Women’s Professional Golf Tour (LET) event held in the United States.

Lydia Ko shot a 1-over par 73 in the final round of the LET Aramco Team Series (total prize money of $1 million) held at the Trump International Golf Club (par 72) in West Palm Beach, Florida on the 22nd (Korean time).

Lydia Ko, who recorded an even par of 216 in the third round, finished the tournament in a tie for third place with Olivia Koban (Germany).

The championship was won by Carlotta Chimida (Spain). Higanda lost one stroke on the day, but rose to the top with a total of 2 under par 214 strokes.

Clara Davidsson Spilkova (Czech Republic) rose to second place by one stroke.메이저사이트

Lydia Ko, who won 17 victories on the LPGA tour, diligently participated in the LET and has already won seven victories.

She especially won her first title since last February when she got married at the LET Aramco Saudi Ladies International.

Lydia Ko lifted the atmosphere that had subsided by dropping out of the cut at the Chevron Championship in the first major tournament of the season and tied for 42nd in the following Founders Cup.

Last year’s LET Player of the Year Lynn Grant (Sweden), who had not been vaccinated for the new coronavirus infection (Corona 19) and had not been able to enter the United States, tied for 21st (6 over par 222 strokes) in the first US competition due to relaxed quarantine guidelines. stopped

Recently, LET, which is supported by Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund (PIF), is also holding a tournament in the United States under the name of the Aramco Team Series. There is no tournament on the LPGA Tour during the same period.

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