The top rankers of the LPGA Tour and Korean players will participate in European Women’s Professional Golf Tour (LET) competitions.
The LET Aramco Saudi Ladies International will be held at the Royal Greens Golf and Country Club (par 72) in King Abdullah Economic City, Saudi Arabia from the 16th. Sponsored by Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund (PIF), 60 players from the LET will participate. Here, 10 invited players and 50 players within the top 300 in the world rankings will participate.
The total prize money for this tournament is 5 million dollars (approximately 6.36 billion won), a five-fold increase from last year’s 1 million dollars (approximately 1.27 billion won). The winning prize is 750,000 dollars (approximately 950 million won), more than five times higher than last year’s 130,000 dollars (approximately 165 million won). The average total prize money per event on the LPGA Tour this season is $3,103,125. The tournaments with more total prize money than the Saudi Ladies International are the five major tournaments on the LPGA Tour, the US Women’s Open ($10 million), the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship ($9 million), the AIG Women’s Open ($7.3 million), and the Amundi Evian Championship. ($6.5 million), the Chevron Championship ($5.1 million), and the season-final CME Group Tour Championship ($7 million).
World No. 1 Lydia Ko (25, New Zealand) chose the Saudi Ladies International as her first competition this year. Lydia Ko is the winner of this competition in 2021. Lydia Ko, who topped the CME Group Tour Championship last November, skipped the LPGA Tour Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions in January. 4th place Ataya Titikun (19, Thailand), 7th place Lexi Thompson (27, USA), 10th place Hataoka Nasa (32, Japan), 14th place Lin Siyu (27, China), 17th place Daniel Kang (31) · The top rankers of the LPGA Tour, such as the U.S., will participate. 온라인바카라
Jeon In-ji (28), who is active on the LPGA Tour, and Kim Hyo-joo (27), who is 9th, will also try to win this tournament for the first time. Kim A-lim (27), Yoo Hae-ran (21), Ji Eun-hee (36), Shin Ji-eun (30), Lee Jung-eun (26) of the LPGA Tour, and Lee So-mi (24), Lim Hee-jung (22), and Hong Jung-min of the Korea Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour. (21), Yunji Jeong (22), Jinhee Lim (24), Gaeun Song (22), Ayeon Jo (22), Yujin Seong (22), Minsong Ha (26), Jungmi Hwang (23), 17 Korean players were named to the list. raised