Lydia Ko (New Zealand), who is ranked 3rd in the world in women’s golf, transformed into a caddy for her husband who was in an amateur tournament.

In a recent interview with Golf Week, Lydia Ko said, “When I compete, her husband always tries to help me. But this time, unlike usual, I got to help her husband,” she said. She then introduced an anecdote about her two days with her husband as her caddy.안전놀이터

“She made a few mistakes handing a cover instead of a putter and she almost got fired early in the game,” said Lydia Ko, who revealed that she was “very nervous since she came out as a caddy.” He said, “But she soon came to her senses, taught her the rules in an ambiguous situation and helped her choose a club.” “Her second day took really good care of her husband and made her a much better caddy,” she added.

Lydia Ko married Jeong Jun, the son of Hyundai Card Vice Chairman Chung Tae-young, in December of last year. She started the year off to a good start with a win at the European Tour (LET) Aramco Saudi Ladies International, her first event since her marriage. However, she has faltered in the last two events, including being eliminated from the cut at the Chevron Championship, a major event on the American Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour, and tied for 42nd in the Founders Cup. Lydia Ko is aiming for a rebound in the LET Aramco Team Series Florida (total prize money of 1 million dollars), which will be held from the 19th (Korean time).

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