Lydia Ko made five birdies on the back nine on her way to a four-shot victory over Andrea Lee at the BMW Ladies Championship in South Korea. Ko shot a final round 65 (7-under) and finished the tournament at 21-under par. The win is Ko’s 2nd on the season, and 18th of her career.
"Love you guys." ❤️ – Lydia Ko pic.twitter.com/PHiqnysnBw
— LPGA (@LPGA) October 23, 2022
"It means a lot to win in Korea, where I was born. It makes it very special." – BMW Ladies Championship winner Lydia Ko ❤️ pic.twitter.com/SK6migLQCz
— LPGA (@LPGA) October 24, 2022
Former world no. 1, Na Yeon Choi, is calling it a career and announced the BMW Ladies Championship her final event. She went out with a highlight hole-in-one (and a new car).
In the LPGA Golf Pool, Kevin Chin and Allan Tilton had the best weeks with 30 points.
Points for BMW Ladies Championship
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* denotes not in LPGA Golf Pool
Here are the final round highlights from the LPGA’s Youtube Page: