Jang, who won the debut match, jumped to 62nd in the world rankings… Climb 420 steps

Rose Jang (USA), who reached the top in her LPGA tour debut, rose to 62nd in the world rankings.

In the women’s golf world rankings announced on the 6th (hereafter Korean time), Jang marked 62nd, up 420 places from last week’s 482nd.

Jang participated in a total of 20 competitions on the women’s amateur stage and won 12 championships, ranking first in the amateur world.메이저사이트

Zhang made her LPGA debut at the Mizuho Americas Open, which ended her last 5 days, where she lifted the championship trophy after an overtime win over Jennifer Cupcho (USA).

This made her the first player to win her LPGA Tour debut in 72 years since Beverly Hanson (USA), who reached the top of her last 1951 Eastern Open.

Ko Jin-young (28, Solaire), who tied for 13th at the Mizuho Americas Open, kept the world No. 1 for three consecutive weeks. Koh Jin-young recorded her ranking points of 8.34, widening the gap with second place Nellie Korda (USA ‧7.93 points), who was rested due to a back injury.

Koda was followed by Lydia Ko (New Zealand), Lilia Boo (USA), Minjee Lee (Australia), Ataya Titikkun (Thailand), and Lexi Thompson (USA).

Kim Hyo-joo (28‧Lotte) tied for 3rd at the Lotte Open of the Korean Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour, moving up two notches from last week and marking 8th place.

Choi Hye-jin (24‧Lotte), who won the Lotte Open, ranked 24th without change.

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