On February 28, Nelly Korda cried when she won the -16 championship at the Gainbridge LPGA – LPGA Tour event on par72 with a two million dollar prize fund in Florida.
Korda cried with happiness and relieved her mental tension in the finish line.
“Because the pressure is too heavy. Honestly, this game I hit badly, the ball was not accurate and the green rate was not good. I don’t understand why. Today, I feel hard on the field. caddie Jason McDede constantly encouraged, I just stood here holding the Cup. award, she is ranked fourth in the women’s golf world rankings – Rolex Rankings.
Last round, Korda hit 69 strokes, no bogey and scored three birdies. On the closing day, she played an average of 264 yards, hit seven of the 14 fairways and went green according to the 12-hole standard.
On the LPGA Tour, Korda was born in 1998, always maintaining a calm expression, as if in control of the situation at all times. Yesterday was the same, except when playing games with fellow players.
The Gainbridge LPGA 2020 is Korda’s fourth title at the LPGA Tour. But it was special because she was first crowned with the witness of her parents – Petr and Regina Korda.
The Korda family is rich in sports traditions. Petr and Regina played professional tennis, and Petr was grand slam champions, at the 1998 Australian Open. The youngest Sebastian was born in 2000, in the fourth round of Roland Garros men’s singles 2020.
Meanwhile, the oldest sister Jessica, born in 1993, won six LPGA Tour championships, the most recent in the Tournament of Champions on January 24 – the opening event of the season 2021. Yesterday, Korda was crowned with the prize. 300,000 USD and her sister back to T31 at point -3, receiving 14,000 USD. Lexi Thompson and former world number one Lydia Ko in T2 with a score of -13, each with $ 159,000. Ko Jin Young – the top golfer of the Rolex Rankings received $ 103,400 for fourth place (score -11).
And through two stages, the LPGA Tour in the past two decades recorded the first time the sisters won two contiguous events. In 2000, Charlotta and Annika Sorenstam established a similar record. Annika Sorenstam later became a great player with 10 majors in 72 LPGA Tour championships, 17 women’s European Tour trophies, possessing a rare scoreboard – 59 strokes at top golf, a member of the Golf Fame of the World Temple.
This year’s Gainbridge LPGA recorded Sorenstam’s return after 13 years of hanging out. Sorenstam is 74th (+13 points) – at the bottom of the overall leaderboard.
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