LPGA Tour has come to Taipei

81 female golfers who are currently in the top form of the world will receive a $ 2.2 million prize fund at the Taiwan Swinging Skirt LPGA event, which starts today August 31.

Taiwan Swinging Skirts LPGA takes place at Miramar Golf Country Club, par72, 6,437 yards. Here, Nelly Korda will defend the championship after winning the cup at the point -13 years ago.

The second marking tournament appeared on Hinako Shibuno’s LPGA Tour. Young talent carries the nickname “Cinderella or laugh” Champion Women’s British Open majors as an amateur golfer. After this victory, Shibuno has the right to decide to receive the official card at LPGA Tour right away or reserve until next year.

However, before starting his match in Taiwan, the 20-year-old amateur golfer who won the major said, “I don’t think I’m qualified to play in the US LPGA Tour. It’s only the first year of appearing in the domestic tournament system so I need to learn for a few years before going to the international arena. “

Besides Korda and Shibuno, this year’s list of champion titles also has 62 LPGA Tour golfer with the best performance on the prize ranking as of the end of October, 9 sponsor specials and 10 Native professional face. Notable names at the world number one Ko Jin Young, Lee6 Jeongeun, and the golfer group who have won the LPGA Tour more than once this year include Hannah Green, Brooke Henderson, Mi Jung Hur, Sei Young Kim and Sung Hyun Park.

Also in Taiwan, Ko need to record one more time to finish in the top 10 to consolidate the leading position in the title race “Reach the top 10 most of the season” and $ 100,000 in prize money. In this category, Ko is in the top position with 12 times while rival Henderson has 11 times. In case both of them have the same number, Ko still wins because they won the major more than the opponent.

However, the world’s number one golfer targets have more generous rewards. It is the trophy the CME Group Tour Championship curtain with $ 1.5 million bonus – the largest in the history of women’s professional golf. To get the ticket for this tournament, the LPGA Tour golfer must strive to accumulate points throughout the 2019 season to be in or share the 60th position on Race to the CME Globe – the ranking that Ko Jin Young is leading.

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