Two Koreans will try to defend their title starting Thursday, as Ko Jin-young looks to defend her Cognizant Founders Cup on the LPGA Tour and Lee Kyoung-hoon looks to defend his AT&T Byron Nelson title on the PGA Tour.
World No. 1 Ko Jin-young finished runner up at the Palos Verdes Championship presented by Bank of America at Palos Verdes Golf Club in California on Sunday. Ko carded a nine-under-par, 275, one stroke behind winner Marina Alex of the United States.
Kim A-lim took a back–from-behind victory to win her first major KLPGA title at the CreaS F&C The 44th KLPGA Championship on Sunday.
Five Korean LPGA golfers landed in the top 10 at the Dio Implant LA Open on Sunday, with Park In-bee finishing tied for third and Choi Hye-jin, Kim Sei-young, Chella Choi and Kang Hae-ji all sharing sixth.
The LPGA Tour returns Thursday with the DIO Implant LA Open, where world No. 1 Ko Jin-young looks to overcome a string of near misses at the event to become the first Korean to win the Los Angeles tournament.
Kim Hyo-joo won her first Lotte Championship at Ewa Beach in Oahu, Hawaii on Saturday, beating Hinako Shibuno of Japan by a clear two shots to finish at 11 under, 277.
The LPGA Tour continues its West Coast swing on Thursday with the first major championship of the 2022 season — the 51st edition of The Chevron Championship at Rancho Mirage, California.
Korean rookie An Na-rin finished third at the JTBC Classic at Aviara Golf Club in Carlsbad, California on Sunday, finishing one shot away from joining Atthaya Thitikul and Nanna Koerstz Madsen on the playoff hole.
The LPGA Tour returns to the West Coast this week after a week-long hiatus, as Hall of Famer Park In-bee looks to defend her 2021 title at the JTBC Classic at Aviara Golf Club in Carlsbad, California.
Three Koreans landed in the top 10 at the Honda LPGA Thailand tournament over the weekend, with Amy Yang finishing tied for fourth, Kim Hyo-joo tied for sixth and Lee Jeong-eun tied for eighth at Siam Country Club in Chonburi, Thailand on Sunday.