Nelly Korda of the United States won the Pelican Women's Championship trophy on Sunday, ending the penultimate tournament of the 2022 LPGA Tour and setting the field of the top 60 golfers for the season-ending CME Group Tour Championship.
For the penultimate tournament of the season, the LPGA Tour returns to South Florida for the third playing of the Pelican Women's Championship this weekend.
Four Koreans landed in the top 10 of the CP Women's Open on Sunday as LPGA rookie Choi Hye-jin tied for second while Kim A-lim finished fifth, rookie An Na-rin tied for sixth and Kim Sei-young tied for ninth.
What started out as an unexpectedly quiet year for Korean golfers ended with a grand finale on Sunday as Ko Jin-young clinched the last trophy of the season at the CME Group Tour Championship and her second Rolex Player of the Year.
Kim Sei-young narrowly fell short of defending her title Sunday at the penultimate LPGA tournament, the Pelican Women's Championship, presented by Konica Minolta and Raymond James at Pelican Golf Club in Bellair, Florida.
After a two-week hiatus, the LPGA Tour resumes on Thursday with the Pelican Women's Championship at Pelican Golf Club in Bellair, Florida as the world's top female golfers vie for the penultimate trophy of the 2021 season.
Korean golfer Kim Sei-young shared her story in a autobiographical article titled "Run Toward Your Fears" published by the LPGA on Tuesday as part of the Tour's Drive On program to celebrate hard work and tenacity and create opportunities for women.
The LPGA Tour arrives in Korea at the BMW Ladies Championship at LPGA International Busan in Busan on Thursday.
The LPGA Tour continues as the Cognizant Founders Cup starts on Thursday, where the top four Korean golfers — Ko Jin-young, Park In-bee, Kim Sei-young and Kim Hyo-joo — have all experienced winning in the past.
Korean LPGA golfers are back and ready to win again at the ShopRite Classic presented by Acer Seaview in Galloway, New Jersey starting Friday.