Bang Shin-shil jumps from 233rd to 110th in women’s golf world rankings

After winning her first title on the Korean Ladies Professional Golf Association (KLGPA) Tour, Bang Shin-sil (19-KB Financial Group) has moved up to No. 110 in the world rankings.

In the Women’s Golf World Rankings, released on Tuesday, Bang is ranked No. 110, up 123 spots from No. 233 last week.

Bang lifted the trophy at the KLPGA Tour’s 11th E1 Charity Open, which concluded on April 28 in Wonju, Gangwon Province. She posted a final total of 9-under-par 207 and never relinquished the lead after the first round to win wire-to-wire.

The first rookie to reach the top of the tour this year, Bang earned 162 million won for her victory and surpassed the 200 million won mark in career earnings (278.89 million won) after just five tournaments on the regular tour, setting a new record for the smallest number of tournaments. With her first win on the KLPGA Tour, Bang ranks sixth on the money list and third on the rookie points list.안전놀이터

Ko retained her No. 1 ranking for the second consecutive week, while Nelly Korda (USA), Lydia Ko (NZL), Lilia Boo (USA), and Minjee Lee (AUS) held on to the No. 2-5 spots. Hyo Joo Kim is ranked No. 10, giving South Korea two players in the top 10. Fazari Annanarukarn (Thailand), who recently won the Bank of Hope Match Play on the U.S. Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour, moved up from No. 97 to No. 65.

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