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Lydia Ko, runner-up at LPGA Drive On Championship Nellie Korda wins

Finished as runner-up after winning last week

Lydia Go (Korean name Go Bo-kyung), a Korean New Zealander, failed to win the LPGA Tour for two weeks in a row.

Lydia Ko had 1 eagle, 4 birdies, 2 bogeys, and double bogey in the final round of the LPGA Tour Drive On Championship (total prize money: $1.75 million) held at Bradenton Country Club (par 71) in Florida, USA on the 29th (Korean time). I hit one and recorded 2 under par 69.

Lydia Ko, who hit a final total of 273 at 11 under par, tied with Nelly Korda (USA) and went on to win the playoff.

However, Lydia Go only got a bogey on the second playoff hole, giving up the championship to Korda, who scored par.

Lydia Go, who won the Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions in the season opener last week, narrowed the gap to Korda (4 strokes) on the last day and attempted to win, but was unable to overcome the hurdle and left behind a disappointment.

Korda won her 9th LPGA Tour victory 14 months after winning the Pelican Championship in November 2022.

None of the Korean players made it into the top 10.

Kim Se-young (31), who lost as many as 5 strokes on the last day, recorded a final total of 3 under par 281 strokes and slipped to a tie for 13th place.

Hyejin Choi (25) and LPGA Tour rookie Somi Lee (25) tied for 16th place with a final total of 282 strokes, 2 under par. 스포츠토토

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