‘Veteran’ Lee Jung-min, 140th in women’s golf world rankings… 52 steps up

The world ranking of ’14-year veteran’ Lee Jung-min (30) has risen significantly.

Lee Jung-min won the Korea Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour PLK Pacific Ringsco Korea Championship, which ended at Twin Doves Golf Club in Vietnam on the 18th. It has been 428 days since winning the Dongbu Construction/Korea Land Trust Championship in October last year. With this victory, Lee Jung-min achieved 10 victories in the KLPGA career. 토토사이트

In the Rolex Women’s Golf World Ranking announced on the 20th, Lee Jung-min was ranked 140th. Last week she moved up 52 spots from 192nd she is 140th. The rise was even greater because the LPGA tour was in a break.

There is no change from 1st to 5th in the world. Lydia Ko (New Zealand) kept first place, followed by Nellie Koda (USA, 2nd) and Ataya Titikkun (Thailand, 3rd). Lee Min-ji (Australia) is fourth, and Ko Jin-young (27) is fifth. Lexi Thompson (USA), who was in 7th place, swapped places with Brooke Henderson (Canada) in 6th place.

Among Korean players, Jeon In-ji (28) ranked 8th, next to Ko Jin-young. In ninth place was Kim Hyo-joo (27). Yoo Hae-ran (21), senior in the LPGA Tour Qualifying Series, rose one notch to 49th.

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