Lydia Ko got the world number. 1 ranking on February 2, 2015 at only 17 years old. This makes her the youngest player ever to be ranked No. 1 in professional golf. A record that remains unbeatable by men and women to this day.

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Ko is a Korean American professional golfer. Her golf skill is second to none and she strives to improve every day.

Lydia Ko and her extraordinary track record

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Lydia Ko and her exceptional skill in the game of golf is a statement no one can deny. The professional golfer first proved her superior skills when she was just 17 years old.

Ko became the youngest player already to become world number one at the ripe old age of just 17 years and 9 months. She was the youngest player in the game’s history to hold the record, both male and female.

She unlocked that feat after just two and a half years of winning in the 2012 U.S. Women’s Amateur season.

There are Nope doubts that Ko put in consistent effort to maintain his record. She has accomplished so much more over the years and remains a living inspiration to her peers and anyone who truly cares about the game.

Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games – Golf – Women’s Individual – Medal Ceremony – Kasumigaseki Country Club – Kawagoe, Saitama, Japan – August 7, 2021. Bronze medalist Lydia Ko of New Zealand holds flowers. REUTERS/Murad Sezer

The record set by Lydia Ko remains unequaled to this day. It is impossible to predict the future.

In a recent Twitter poll, Twitterati was asked to guess the age at which Lydia won this record. The poll released by the United States Golf Association received mixed responses.

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Ko becomes the second highest-earning player in a season of all time

Lydia is living proof that there is nothing hard work can’t get you. She is surely improving every day. Recently, she set a sensational record on this year’s LPGA Tour season.

She pocketed the second-highest single-season award of all time, a total of $4,364,403 in the season. However, she is still not the player with the most earnings in a season, of all time.

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In fact, the player with the most earnings in a season was Lorena Ochoa. She still remains the player with the record single-season earnings of $4,364,994 in 2007. In fact, it’s only a difference of $591.