On April 24, 1997, the New Zealand golfer was born in Seoul. At 15 years old, she became the world’s youngest LPGA tour winner when she won the Women’s Open at Ienbee Park, Canada. At the age of 17, she became the top-ranked professional golfer of either gender in February 2015.
Is Lydia Ko Dating Anyone?
Lydia Ko doesn’t have a boyfriend right now.
Lydia Ko has a difficult time finding a boyfriend. She would, however, prefer to have one, as she stated before this week’s North Texas LPGA Shootout.
“I’d like to have a boyfriend,” she expressed her desire. “I’m not sure what my mother has to say about that.”
“I always say that the men I meet are either 10 or 40 years old. I’m looking for someone in the middle “she stated
There’s also the issue of time. Ko finds it amazing that any LPGA player can have a relationship between lengthy days on the course, sponsor duties, pro-ams and pairings parties, and other obligations. Ko’s biggest challenge is meeting a guy her age. She is young in her business, therefore most guys she meets are well older — or fans that are younger.
“I’m going to try to concentrate on my game,” she remarked, “but when I see a good-looking person, I go, wow, man, he’s good-looking.” “Yeah, I still have that girly feeling in my stomach.”
Ko entered the Rolex Rankings top-10 at No. 7 after winning her second Tour title on August 25, 2013, after only 14 LPGA tournaments and 22 international competitions. As of January 22, 2018, she had been in the top ten of the Rolex Rankings for 231 weeks or 4 years, 4 months, and 27 days. Ko reached the world’s No. 1 position for the first time on February 2, 2015, after winning her first 44 LPGA tournaments. From June 2017 to June 2018, she was the world’s No. 1 for 85 weeks.
Ko competed in 20 LPGA events, winning one of them. She did not win any big titles. Ko won the 2021 Lotte Championship in Hawaii in April, her first LPGA Tour event since 2018. In August, Ko won a bronze medal for New Zealand in the 2021 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
The Vare Trophy for the lowest scoring average on the LPGA Tour was awarded to Ko in 2021. In November, she finished second in a playoff at the Pelican Women’s Championship and finished in the top 10 at the CME Group Tour Championship after shooting a final round 64. Nelly Korda and Ko Jin-young both had lower scoring averages than Ko at the end of the year, but neither had completed the minimum 70 rounds to be eligible for the trophy.
On the 30th of January, Ko won the Bainbridge LPGA at Boca Rio by one stroke over longtime friend Danielle Kang, 274 14 under par to 275, in a back-and-forth fourth round that saw Ko seize the lead with a birdie on the 15th, two birdies on the 16th, then pars on the 17th and 18th.
Her 17th victory put her in a tie for 32nd place on the all-time wins list. With the $300,000, she moved up to ninth place on the all-time LPGA money list, with $12,668,796. She finished in a tie for 10th place in the opening tournament of the year the week before, earning $37,842.