Ko Jin-young (pictured) has been tallied as the player with the most prize money per game in the history of the LPGA Tour.
Ko Jin-young added 450,000 dollars in prize money for winning the Cognizant Founders Cup, accumulating a total prize money of 11,334,148 dollars (approximately 15.199 billion won). She ranks 19th among all-time LPGA Tour players. The first place in this category is the “original golf empress” Annika Sorenstam (Sweden) with a prize amount of 22,583,693 dollars (approximately 30.284 billion won).
However, in terms of prize money per game divided by total prize money divided by the number of competitions, Ko Jin-young took first place. Ko Jin-young has played in a total of 93 games so far, which means she has earned $121,873 per game (approximately 163.43 million won). She is the most outstanding in terms of ‘efficiency’. Lorena Ochoa (Mexico), who earned $14,863,331 ($84,933 per game) in 175 games, came second in the category, and third was Lorena Ochoa (Mexico), who earned $2,714,412 ($82,254 per game) in 33 games. This is Bun Ataya Titikul (Thailand). Sorenstam’s prize money per match is $73,803.안전놀이터
Six Korean players are included in the top 20 in the LPGA career money rankings. Inbi Park played 305 games and won $18,262,344 in prize money, ranking fourth in this category. Pak Se-ri (11th), who earned $12,583,712 in 365 games, Kim Se-young (13th), who earned $12,178,983 in 184 games, and Ryu So-yeon (14th), who earned $12,158,505 in 238 games. Followed. Choi Na-yeon, who retired, earned $10,988,718 and came in 20th.