New Zealand young person Lydia Ko amplified her lead on the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings discharged Monday after she won the Marathon Classic for her fourth LPGA Tour triumph of the season.
Ko birdied the fourth playoff hole to win a playoff Sunday at the competition in Sylvania, Ohio.
The 19-year-old Ko won for the fourteenth time in her professional career. She has remained No. 1 for the 39th sequential week and is right now three weeks from tying Annika Sorenstam on the unsurpassed career weeks list at the highest point of the Rolex Rankings. Ko has burned through 58 all out weeks at No. 1 in her professional career.
Ko has a respectable 15.47-point average as the main five spots are unaltered from the earlier week.
Brooke Henderson, a 18-year-old Canadian, is second at 8.37, trailed by South Korea’s Inbee Park (7.88). Lexi Thompson (7.76) is No. 4 as the top American, took after South Korea’s Sei Young Kim (6.87.)
American Stacy Lewis is No. 8 in the wake of climbing one spot