Nothing can stop Kiwi, who accumulates the records. She became the youngest winner in a major tournament by winning the Evian Championship.
Lydia Ko from South Korea won the Taiwan Open on the Taiwan Fubon LPGA Championship. She became the youngest player in history at just 18 years old to set a special record of 10 titles on the LPGA track.
New Zealanders from South Korea returned a final card of -7 for a total of -20, 9 points ahead of her athletes, Koreans Ji Eun-hee and Ryu So-yeon. And thus won a 5th victory this season. Ko will recognize in this last lap of no less than six birdies, an eagle for only a bogey.
The Olympic Games in Rio next year! Ever since announcing her return to the Olympic Games, she has been excited about this prospect. She makes it one of her priorities.
Represent her country at the Olympics, there is no greater honor. The French Karine Icher finished with a -2 overall score that allowed her to share 14th place.
Leadbetter is one of the best golf coaches in the US, according to Golf Digest magazine. He was upset at the way Lydia Ko’s parents imposed Korean female golfer.
“They ordered Lydia about the time to go to bed, what to eat, what to wear, when to practice and what to do. And then they expected her to win every tournament. Lydia’s parents needed to let her be free. let her leave the nest, fly up and find her own path. Only then will we see Lydia back, “the coach added.
This is not the first time Leadbetter has criticized parents’ interference in Lydia Ko’s career. She once told ESPN: “In the end, if I decide anything, from shopping to changing coaches or caddies, I always consult my parents.”