World No. 1 Lydia Ko (New Zealand) 온라인바카라 raged in the first round of her first official tournament after getting married. “I’m happy to hit her first official under par as a married woman,” he smiled.
Lydia Ko made 8 birdies without bogey on the first day of the European Women’s Professional Golf Tour (LET) Aramco Ladies International (total prize money of $5 million) held at the Royal Greens Golf and Country Club (par 72, 6295 yards) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on the 16th (local time). Catch a dog, recorded 8 under par 63, and started as a joint leader.
Lydia Ko, who won the Player of the Year award, the lowest stroke award, and the prize money king with her three wins on the LPGA Tour last year, continued her momentum in her first tournament in 2023.
In particular, this tournament is her first official competition since she married Jeong Jun, the son of Hyundai Card Vice Chairman Jeong Tae-young, in December last year. Lydia Ko entered her competition after her marriage and enjoyed her honeymoon for a long time in New Zealand and elsewhere.
Lydia Ko said she smiled after the match, saying, “If someone had told her on her honeymoon that she had played eight rounds of golf in two weeks, she would have laughed, but it became a reality.”
“I played golf a lot, maybe too much, on my honeymoon,” she said. “My husband loves golf and it’s something we can do together, so I enjoyed it a lot.”
Golf on her honeymoon was, in effect, an extension of ‘winter training’.
“She played a lot of her golf on her honeymoon, which allowed her to quickly switch back to her practice mode in the offseason,” Ko said.
Lydia Ko, who is aiming for the championship, said that the wind will be a variable. “The wind will be a very important factor in this competition,” he said.