Lee Jung-min, who recorded 10 personal wins on the KLPGA tour, is ranked 140th in the world rankings.
Lee Jung-min recorded her ranking point of 0.81 in the Rolex Women’s Golf World Rankings announced on the 20th (hereinafter Korean time). She was listed at number 140, up 52 places from number 192 last week.
Lee Jung-min lifted her winning trophy at the KLPGA Tour PLK Pacific Rings Championship, which ended on the 18th. In October of last year, she added a multiplier 1 year and 2 months after the Dongbu Construction/Korea Land Trust Championship, and stepped on the 10th personal career victory for the 14th time in the history of the KLPGA Tour. 메이저놀이터
With this victory, the world rankings also jumped significantly. As major tours such as the LPGA are currently taking a break, the rise in the rankings was even greater.
Choi Ye-rim, who finished runner-up after Lee Jung-min, also raised the rankings. Yerim Choi, who marked her fifth runner-up finish since her debut at the event, moved up 20 spots from her last week to 103rd.
Lydia Ko, a Korean from New Zealand, stayed at number one for four consecutive weeks. Nellie Koda, Ataya Titikkun, Lee Min-ji, and Ko Jin-young maintained the 2nd to 5th places. With Jeon In-ji and Kim Hyo-joo ranked 8th and 9th, respectively, a total of three Korean players advanced to the top 10 in the world rankings.