Lydia Ko of New Zealand shot a 65 on the final day of the BMW Ladies Championship to win her 18th title on the LPGA Tour. This victory was also her first in South Korea, where Lydia Ko was born and raised.

At Oak Valley Country Club, the 25-year-old golfer won by a four-shot margin over the American golfer Andrea Lee thanks to her final round score of seven under par.

Lydia Ko finished the tournament with a score of 21 under par, earning him the $300,000 first-place prize and carding eight birdies while making only one bogey.

Lydia Ko, whose family emigrated to New Zealand when she was four years old, expressed to reporters, “I feel extremely pleased to have been born in Korea.”

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Lydia Ko remarked, “I think that’s because of that, which is why I really wanted to win here.”

“This week, several of my relatives and members of my immediate family are in town. And I wanted to do well for them both personally and professionally.”

Position five in the world Lydia Ko became the fifth player on the LPGA Tour to win multiple tournaments in the current season, and it was the first time she had accomplished this accomplishment since 2016.

This week, more than ever before, I said that I really, really want to win in Korea, and I think maybe it was a good mindset or I was hypnotizing myself to try to get it done, Lydia Ko said. “This week, more than ever before, I said I really, really want to win in Korea.”

“Even though I play under the flag of New Zealand, so many people support me every time I come back to Korea, and I believe that is such a boost,” she continued. “Every time I come back to Korea.”

“It’s such an unbelievable environment, and we don’t get to play in many atmospheres like that,” said the lead singer of the band.

At the beginning of the final round, Lydia Ko was one shot behind the leader after 54 holes, who was Thailand’s Atthaya Thitikul, who was at 14 under par.

But Atthaya, who is rated second in the world, struggled to a round of 74 and finished in sixth place. As a result, she did not take advantage of her opportunity to pass Ko Jin-young of South Korea and become the new world number one.

If the Thai athlete had finished in at least fourth place, he or she would have rocketed to the top of the world rankings.

After shooting 80 and 79 over the course of Thursday and Friday, South Korea’s Ko Jin-young, who was the defending champion, withdrew from the competition before the third round.

After missing the previous two months of competition due to a wrist injury, this was her first competition since returning.

Choi Hye-jin and Kim Hyo-joo came out on top as the best golfers from South Korea, finishing in a tie for third place with American Lilia Vu at 16 under par 272.

Choi Na-yeon, a golfer from South Korea, played her final round on Sunday, which marked the end of her career, and she concluded it with an emotional farewell. Her career spanned 15 years.

The LPGA veteran, who is currently 34 years old, made the announcement earlier this month that the BMW Ladies Championship would be her last competition on the LPGA circuit.

Choi, who was in tears during the round, scored a par on the par-five hole to finish with a score of four-under 68, which was her best performance of the week. Choi finished the tournament with a score of two-under 286.

“I was fighting back tears from the beginning of the 18th hole,” said Choi. “It was such a bittersweet moment.”

“Amy Yang congratulated me after I made the tee shot, and then she started crying.

Because of my tears, I was unable to get a good look at the ball during that final putt.

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