Unveiling the Unexpected: Lydia Ko’s Eye-Popping Attire Bares More Than Just Skin in Latest Video
Just look at the numbers. Lydia Ko has won three events in her last four starts. In between, she got married. While honeymooning in New Zealand she made her first hole-in-one outside of competition and set a women’s course record at the Tara Iti Golf Club.
“It was a pretty good day at the office,” Ko said with a shrug and a smile this week at Siam Country Club Pattaya as she prepared for her 2023 LPGA Tour debut at the Honda Thailand LPGA. “We played a lot of golf on our honeymoon. It’s one of the mutual things that we both enjoy doing and can do together.”
Back to the numbers: Ko’s last 11 finishes have been an astonishing 1, 1, T26, 1, 3, T5, T16, 4, T7, T5, T3. In 2022, she finished first on the LPGA Tour in official money, CME Globe points, scoring average, sand saves, putts per green hit in regulation, and Player of the Year points.
She finished second in total putting average at 28.61 putts per round for the entire year, third in birdies at 383, fourth in sub-par holes and fifth in rounds under par.
Here are her last 15 competitive scores, back to front: 68-66-69-64-70-70-66-65-70-69-68-65-66-68-68. As impressive as those numbers are, the fact that they extend back to September 29, 2022 is jaw-dropping.
The last time Ko was over par in competition was September 2, a 1-over 72 at the Dana Open presented by Marathon. The last one before that was back in June.