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Go tops the world rankings for week 163…0.23 points from second-place Koda

For the 163rd week, South Korea’s Jin Young Ko (28, Solaire) remained atop the women’s golf world rankings.

In the Rolex Women’s Golf World Rankings, released on Friday (July 25), South Korea’s Jin Young Ko (7.74) consolidated her lead over second-place Nellie Koda (USA – 7.51).

Her gap to Koda increased slightly from 0.02 points to 0.23 points last week.

Ko hasn’t relinquished the lead since last month’s 27th ranking, when she extended her time at No. 1 to 159 weeks, surpassing the previous record of 158 weeks held by the retired Lorena Ochoa (MEX).

Ko will try to win the Amundi Evian Championship, the LPGA Tour’s fourth major of the season, starting on Sept. 27. If she succeeds, her lead will likely continue for a while longer.토토사이트

There was little change at the top of the leaderboard. Lydia Ko (New Zealand), Lilia Boo (USA), and Yin Luning (China) rounded out the top three.

Among South Koreans, Kim Hyo-joo (28, Lotte) is in eighth place, followed by Jeon In-jae (29, KB Financial Group) in 22nd and Shin Ji-ae (35, Suburban Bond) in 24th.

Cheyenne Knight (USA), who tied for first place at the U.S. Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour’s Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational, remains at No. 39, while Elizabeth Sokol (USA) has dropped nine spots to No. 219.

The Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational, played as a two-man team, is recognized for wins and prize money but does not count toward world ranking points.

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