Korean golfer Chun In-gee finished fourth at seven under par at the Drive On Championship, placing in the top 10 for a third consecutive tournament.
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.
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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.
Despite the cold weather, KLPGA Tour golfer Kim A-lim picked up her first-ever major victory at the 75th U.S. Women's Open on Monday. With the win, Kim earned a free pass onto the LPGA Tour.
Korean LPGA Hall of Famer Park In-bee has regained her lead on the tour's money list following a runner-up finish at at the Volunteers of America Classic in The Colony, Texas, on Sunday.
LPGA stalwart Choi Na-yeon took a tumultuous path to the top. Despite language barriers, dodgy motels, parental pressure and serious injury, Choi is still going strong and happier than ever after 13 years on the Tour.
By shooting a round of even par on the final round, world No. 2 Kim Sei-young picked up her second win of the season at the inaugural Pelican Women's Championship, finishing three shots ahead of Ally McDonald of the United States.
After spending the majority of her 2020 season in Korea, world No. 1 Ko Jin-young will finally make an appearance on the LPGA Tour for the first time this year at the Pelican Women's Championship.