Newcomer Yu Hae-ran, who had the best performance since her debut on the LPGA tour, jumped 9 places in the world rankings. 메이저놀이터
Yoo Hae-ran ranked 44th in the women’s golf weekly world ranking announced on the 2nd. She jumped from #53 last week.
Yoo Hae-ran tied for 6th at the JM Eagle LA Championship, which ended on the 1st.
It is her second top-10 finish, following a tie for 7th at the Drive-On Championship, her first event of the year, and her best ever on the LPGA Tour.
Kim Hyo-joo rose from 11th to 9th last week and returned to the top 10 within a week.
With Kim Hyo-joo’s entry into the top 10, two Korean players, including third-place Jinyoung Ko, entered the world ranking ’10 Girls’.
Lee Da-yeon, who won the Kris F&C KLPGA Championship, a major tournament of the Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour, jumped 53 steps to 72nd place.
In 2019, Lee Da-yeon, who had risen to 31st, but could not participate in the tournament due to an injury, dropped to 143rd, but rose again.
Hannah Green (Australia), who won the JM Eagle LA Championship, jumped 13 places to 14th.
Nellie Korda (USA), Lydia Ko (New Zealand), Ko Jin-young, Lilia Boo (USA), and Ataya Titikkun (Thailand) kept the 1st to 5th places.