Lilia Boo (USA), who won the first major tournament of the LPGA tour season, also jumped into the competition for world rankings.

Boo rose to fourth in the women’s golf world rankings announced on the 25th. It jumped 8 places from 12th last week.

Boo, who took her personal best ranking, significantly narrowed the gap with the ‘Big 3’: Nellie Corda (USA), Lydia Ko (New Zealand), and Ko Jin-young. 메이저사이트

Boo is on the rise, winning the Chevron Championship following the Thailand LPGA Honda this year, becoming the first player on the LPGA Tour to reach the top of two wins.

Koda pushed Lydia Ko to second place and returned to first place. It’s a recapture of 148 days since she lost her number one spot to Lydia Ko in November of last year.

At the Chevron Championship, Coda placed third, and Lydia Ko missed the cut.

Ko Jin-young kept 3rd place, but Kim Hyo-joo, who was 9th, was pushed to 11th, becoming the only Korean player in the 10th place.

Jeon Ji-do also retreated one notch to 12th.

Angel Inn (USA), who finished runner-up in the Chevron Championship, jumped 124 steps to 48th place.

Choi Eun-woo, who won her first career victory at the Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour Nexen Saint Nine Masters, climbed 71 steps to 148th.

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