International victories: 3
Majors: 2023 The Chevron Chamionship, 2023 AIG Women’s Open
Lilia Kha-Tu Du Vu, an American of Vietnamese origin, played the US Women’s Open and the ANA Inspiration as an amateur in 2018 and remained No. 1 in the world amateur rankings for 31 weeks. After winning on the EPSON Tour she turned professional and, after missing the cut in 8 out of 9 tournaments played, she considered leaving professional golf. She is currently ranked No. 1 in the world.
1 AIG Women´s Open 1 The Chevron Championship 1 Honda LPGA Thailand T7 LPGA Drive On Championship
PING Junior Solheim Cup: 2015
JJOO: 2021 Tokyo Olympics – Gold Medal
International wins: 11
Major wins: 2021 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship
Nelly, the youngest of the Korda family of athletes, of Czech origin, is one of the best players on the LPGA Tour. She began her career on the Symetra Tour and has 12 international victories, her best season being in 2021, the year in which she achieved 4 victories, her first Major and a Gold Medal at the Tokyo Olympics. She is currently number 2 in the world.
1 Aramco Team Series London 2 HSBC Women’s World Championship 3 The Chevron Championship 4Tournament of Champions T5 DIO Implant LA Open T6 Honda LPGA Thailand T6 LA Championship T9 Amundi Evian Championship
International wins: 1
Major wins: 2023 US Women´s Open
Allisen Corpuz, an American of Filipino and Korean origin, broke all records when she qualified to play in the US Women’s Amateur at the age of 10, warning of the success that would come years later. Professional since 2021, she has made a meteoric rise in which she has achieved her first major and is currently ranked number 8 in the world.
1 US Women’s Open 2 Dana Open T3 HSBC Women´s World Championship T4 The Chevron Championship T6 AIG Women´s Open
PING Junior Solheim Cup: 2015 (W)
International wins: 1
Megan Khang, the only player of Hmong and Laotian origin with a brilliant career as an amateur, is one of the most consistent players on the LPGA Tour despite not yet having achieved a victory on this circuit for whom is currently 27th in the world.
1 CPKC Women’s Open T3 KPMG Women´s PGA Championship T9 Amundi Evian Championship T9 The Chevron Championship
Inernational victories: 3
Majors: 2022 The Chevron Championship
Jennifer Kupcho was the winner of the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur in 2019 and was No. 1 in the world amateur rankings for 34 weeks. She won her first Major in 2022 at The Chevron Championship with two holes in 1 and breaking the record for lowest 54-hole score, 16 under par. She is currently ranked 28th in the world.
Olympic Games: 2021 Tokyo Olympics (T20)
International victories: 6
Major: 2017 KPMG Women´s PGA Championshipbr
An American golfer of Korean origin, Kang won the Women’s Amateur Championship in 2011 and 2012 and has 6 LPGA victories, including a Major, the 2017 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. If she had not been a golfer, she would have been an actress. She currently contests the LPGA Tour struggling with a diagnosed tumor in her spine that does not prevent her from ranking 29th in the world.
T3 HSBC Women´s World Championship T7 DIO Implant Open T10 Mizuho Americas Open
Andrea Lee, one of the prodigies of American golf, started playing at the age of 8 and in 4 years won 50 amateur titles; she was the player with the most titles in the history of Stanford University. She turned professional and won a title on the EPSON Tour which opened the doors to the LPGA where she won the AmazingCre Portland Classic in 2022. She is currently ranked 43rd in the world.
T9 AIG Women´s Open T9 FREED GROUP Women´s Scottish Open
PING Junior Solheim Cup: 2009 (W)
Olympic Games: 2016 Río de Janeiro Olympics (T19), 2021 Tokyo Olympics (33)
Majors: 2014 Kraft Nabisco Championship
Alexis Noel Thompson was the youngest golfer to qualify for the US Women’s Open at just 12 years old, the youngest to win an LPGA tournament (Navistar LPGA Classic) and Ladies European Tour (Dubai Ladies Masters) at just 16 years old, and the second youngest to win a Major, the 2014 Kraft Nabisco Championship at 19 years old. She has 10 wins on the LPGA, 2 on the Ladies European Tour and 1 on the LPGA of Japan. In 2019 she was the first American to win the Race to the CME Globe. As an entrepreneur, she owns the cosmetics brand Lexi Skin. Both of her brothers are golfers and play the Korn Ferry Tour. She is currently ranked number 21 in the world.
Rose Zhang boasts one of the most successful amateur careers in history, she was the youngest player in the first Augusta National Women’s Amateur at just 16, the year she participated in the US Women’s Open; won the US Women’s Amateur in 2020, two NCAA Women’s Individual Golf Championship titles (2022, 2023), back-to-back ANNIKA awards (2022, 2023) and a victory in the 2023 Augusta National Women’s Amateur. This year she turned professional and won the first tournament she played, the Mizuho Americas Open. She is currently ranked No. 31 in the world.
1 Mizunho Americas Open T8 KPMG Women´s PGA Championship T9 US Women´s Open T9 Amundi Evian Championship
PING Junior Solheim Cup: 2015 (W)
International victories: 1
Angel Yin, a American of Chinese origin, was the winner of the Junior World Golf Championship at age 8 and repeated victory at age 12; in 2015 she shared victory in the PING Junior Solheim Cup with Nelly Korda and Megan Khang. In 2017 she achieved her first victory at the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic. She is one of the best hitters on the LPGA currently ranked No. 32 in the world.
2 The Chevron Championship T5 Cognizant Founders Cup T6 AIG Women´s Open T9 Bank of Hope LPGA Match Play
Ally Ewing began playing golf at the age of 10 and attended Mississippi State University while boasting a successful amateur career. She turned professional in 2015 and since 2017 has played the LPGA where she has three victories. In 2019 she played the Solheim Cup for the first time which she entered at the last moment due to Stacy Lewis’ injury and later played in the 2021 Solheim Cup. She is currently 34th in the world.
T5 LPGA Drive On Championship T8 Meijer LPGA Open T6 AIG Women´s Open T9 FREED GROUP Women´s Scottish Open
Cheyenne Knight, SEC player of the year and three-time All-American at the University of Alabama, turned professional in 2018 and began playing on the Symetra Tour, now Epson Tour. In 2019, she won the Volunteers of America Classic in her first LPGA season. She is currently 44th in the world.
1 DOW Great Lakes Bay Invitational T6 JM Eagle LA Championship 9 Bank of Hope LPGA Match-Play T9 Cognizant Founders Cup
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