Choi Eun-woo (Amano), who won the Korea Ladies Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour Nexen/St. Nine Masters, raised her world ranking.

In the women’s golf world rankings announced on the 23rd (Korean time), Choi Eun-woo ranked 130th, up 56 places from last week.

Choi Eun-woo recorded a final total of 8 under par and 208 strokes at the Nexen Saint Nine Masters on the 21st, beating her tied second place players Jeong Yun-ji and Lee Dong-eun by one stroke, and lifted the championship cup.

Choi Eun-woo, who won the competition last year, rose to the top again this year and successfully defended her title. Moreover, she maintained her lead for all three days and even enjoyed the honor of winning ‘Wire to Wire’.

Among Korean players, Ko Jin-young (Solaire) ranked highest at 7th place. Kim Hyo-joo (Lotte) ranked 10th, one place lower than last week. Yang Hee-young ranked 15th and Shin Ji-ae ranked 19th, with no change in ranking.

Nelly Korda (USA), who rose to the top in the first major tournament of the LPGA season, maintained first place.

Korda recorded a final total of 13 under par 275 at the Chevron Championship on the 22nd, beating Maya Starck (Sweden) by two strokes and winning the championship trophy. Following Nancy Lopez (USA) in 1978 and Annika Sorenstam (Sweden) in 2004-2005, she became the third player in LPGA tour history to win five consecutive tournaments.

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