Lydia Ko (New Zealand), the world’s No. 1 in women’s golf, hired a new caddy in 2023.
Golf Week, an American golf media outlet, reported on the 8th that Lydia Ko will join David Jones, her new caddy, at Aramco Saudi Ladies International next week. This was confirmed through Lydia Ko’s older sister and manager, Sura Ko.
Golf Week reported that Lydia Ko won three victories, including the CME Group Tour Championship in the final game of the 2022 season, and won the Bear Trophy (least stroke), Money King, Player of the Year, and World No. 1, but shockingly (shockingly) changed the caddy. said to have chosen.
Lydia Ko left caddy bag to Derek Kistler from mid-2021 until last year. After a year and a half, Lydia Ko succeeded in her resurrection and became the world’s top female golfer again, but after her marriage, she made a bold change ahead of her new start.
The new caddy Jones until recently carried Nick Taylor (Canada)’s bag on the PGA Tour when Jeon In-ji won the 2016 Evian Championship, and Park Sung-hyun won the 2017 US Women’s Open and 2018 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. We did it together when we did it. This is the second meeting with Lydia Ko after working together when she recovered by winning the Lotte Championship (April) in about 3 years in 2021. 온라인바카라
Lydia Ko’s side did not make any comment regarding her caddy replacement. However, she seems to be a choice to face the season with a new resolution.
Lydia Ko is known for frequently switching her caddies. Although, as in this case, she had great success with Lydia Ko, she was not at ease with her caddy.
Golf Week reported, “When Lydia Ko won the 2014 LPGA Rookie of the Year award, she thanked each and every caddy for her hard work at the awards ceremony.” Their names were Scott, Mark, Steve, Steve (2), Domingo, Fluff, Greg, and Jason.