Lydia Ko - Golfers age 14 Breaks Record In Golf Professional Youngest Winner
Record for the world of professional golf tournament was the youngest burst. New Zealand-born golfer South Korea, Lydia Ko became the record-breaking emerged as winners in the championship daughter of New South Wales, Sunday, at the age of 14 years.
Ko shot a three under par on the final lap to make the number 69 and finishing with a 14-under number at 54 hole golf course at Oatlands Golf Club, beating Becky Morgan of Wales by four strokes.
With a very impressive victory, a record that carried Ko sharpen son of a Japanese golfer Ryo Ishikawa, who won the first professional tour when he was 15 years and eight months, and a record that carried the daughter of Amy Yang of Australia when he was 16 years old.
"The historical record is a miracle," said Ko told reporters, expressing his gratitude to coach Guy Wilson.
Next week, Ko plans to perform in a professional tournament, the Australian Masters at Royal Pines on the Gold Coast.