Park Sung-hyun will be looking to defend her title as the LPGA kicks off a two-week Asia swing with the HSBC Women’s World Championship at the Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore on Thursday.
Rolex Rankings No.1 Ko Jin-young tied for third with Hannah Green from Austrailia at the HUGEL Air Premia LA Open on Saturday at Wilshire Country Club with 14-under par, two points behind Canadian champion Brooke Henderson, and one point behind...
The LPGA returns Wednesday with the third edition of the Hugel-Air Premia LA Open at Wilshire County Club in Los Angeles, one of the few tournaments on the Tour that a Korean golfer is yet to win.
The 2021 LPGA Tour heads to Hawaii on Wednesday for the Lotte Championship at its new home at Kapolei Golf Club in Kapolei, Oahu. As the only Korean to ever win the event, Kim Sei-young will be hoping to build on her 2015 rookie success this season.
Lee Mi-rim will look to defend her title at the 50th edition of the ANA Inspiration this weekend, the first LPGA major tournament of the season.
The LPGA Tour returns with the Kia Classic from Thursday, as a competitive field of Korean golfers including world No. 1 Ko Jin-young, No. 2 Kim Sei-young and 2018 tournament winner Ji Eun-hee hope to reach the podium for the first time this season.
Ko Jin-young, the world’s No. 1 women’s golfer, finished fourth at the Gainbridge LPGA, her fourth consecutive top-five finish since the 2020 Volunteers of America Classic.
The LPGA will return on Thursday at the Gainbridge LPGA Tournament at Lake Nona Golf & Country Club in Orlando, Florida, with both world No. 1 Ko Jin-young and No. 2 Kim Sei-young returning to the Tour.
Korean star Ko Jin-young stayed at the top of the latest rankings announced Tuesday with 9.05 points. Ko won the CME Group Tour Championship in Florida over the weekend to wrap up the truncated season.
Ko Jin-young, who has only made four appearances on the LPGA Tour this season, surged to victory at the season-ending CME Group Tour Championship at the Tiburon Golf Club in Florida on Sunday, finishing with a four-day total of 18 under par.