“Ping G430 Max”

Lydia Ko (New Zealand), who is ranked 11th in the world, is a master of wood. She has made up for her lack of driving distance with her accurate wood shots.

Lydia Ko once again showed off her outstanding wood shots. The event took place at the Grant Thornton Invitational (total prize money of 4 million U.S. dollars), a mixed tournament between the PGA Tour and the LPGA Tour, which ended at the Gold Course (par 72) at Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Florida on the 10th.

Lydia Ko, who was paired with Jason Day of Australia, caught the Ping G430 Max Wood at the 17th hole in the third round, and shot her second shot close to the hole. At that time, she was fiercely competing with Brooke Henderson and Corey Conners of Canada at 25 under par. Ko and Day birdied the hole to occupy the top of the leaderboard.

Lydia Ko and Day swept six birdies on the day, winning the title (26-under 190) by one stroke. The prize money is 1 million U.S. dollars. They were divided into 500,000 dollars each. This is a mixed event that revived in 24 years since the JC Penny Classic in 1999. Sixteen PGA Tour players and 16 LPGA Tour players competed in groups of two for three days.

The Ping G430 Max Fairway Wood used by Ko is a lightweight product with eight layers of carbon. The low center design provides high ballistic and low spin to achieve maximum distance. The new carbon crown provides a clear batting sound. High moment of inertia adds a sense of stability. It secures an excellent distance with maximum ball speed. 사설토토

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