KLPGA golfer Choi Hye-jin may not be picking up as many wins as she did last year, but she is continuing to prove her consistency despite the lack of silverware.
Kim Hyo-joo picked up her second win of the season at the KLPGA Tour’s KB Financial Group STAR Championship at Black Stone Ichon in Icheon, Gyeonggi, on Sunday.
World No. 1 Ko Jin-young will end her two-month hiatus in October at a domestic tour event, sources said Tuesday. Ko has committed to play at the Autech Carrier Championship on the KLPGA Tour at Sejong Field Golf Club starting on Oct. 8.
With both the LPGA and KLPGA tours now back in action, the Rolex Women’s World Rankings is starting to see some movement. The ranking is finally starting to wake up.
Rookie Ryu Hae-ran successfully defended her title at the Jeju Samdasoo Masters at Saint Four Golf & Resort in Jeju Island. With a four-day total of 23 under par, Ryu picked up a win by finishing her tournament three shots ahead of Lee Jeong-eun.
After a two-week break, the KLPGA Tour will finally be back in action with the Jeju Samdasoo Masters at Saint Four Golf & Resort. With the field of 132 players, the tournament will be played in a 72-hole format with the cut after the first 36 holes.
Kim Hyo-joo has been hiding behind her sunglasses for years. The world No. 10 has been a big name in golf for nearly a decade, making a splash on the amateur circuit back in 2012 before turning pro.
On another rainy day in a tournament plagued by bad weather, Lim Hee-jeong and Park Hyun-kyung tied for the lead after the second round of the IS Dongseo Busan Open at Stone Gate Country Club in Gijang, Busan, on Sunday.
The KLPGA Tour announced Wednesday that the practice round for the BC Card Hankyung Ladies Cup at the Fortune Hills Country Club in Pocheon, Gyeonggi, will not take place later in the day as scheduled.
Ryu So-yeon made a decisive return to the KLPGA Tour over the weekend, picking up the win at the 34th Kia Motors Korea Women's Open, her first tournament since before the outbreak of coronavirus...