Lydia Ko LPGA Tour wins

Last Modified Mar 14, 2024 11:13 GMT
Lydia Ko LPGA Tour wins
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Lydia Ko, probably the LPGA board's youngest Player Director, is a 28-time professional champion with two major championships. She is presently ranked 7th in the world; however, she was number one in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2022, completing 105 weeks at that position.


She has been named on ESPN's Impact25 list as one of the most influential women in sports, and she has been awarded the New Zealand Order of Merit.


Ko won the $2 million prize money at the CME Group Tour Championship in November 2022, her highest event earnings to date. Her net worth is estimated to be $25 million, with total on-course earnings of $17 million as of March 2024.


How many LPGA Tour wins does Lydia Ko have?

Lydia Ko has a total of 20 LPGA wins, including two majors, the 2015 Evian Championship and the 2016 ANA Inspiration.


Lydia Ko LPGA Wins Year-by-Year

No.DateTournamentScoreTo parMarginRunner(s)-up
126 Aug 2012CN Canadian Women's Open275−133 strokesInbee Park
225 Aug 2013CN Canadian Women's Open (2)265−155 strokesKarine Icher
327 Apr 2014Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic276−121 strokeStacy Lewis
420 Jul 2014Marathon Classic269−151 strokeRyu So-yeon
523 Nov 2014CME Group Tour Championship278−10PlayoffCarlota Ciganda, Julieta Granada
622 Feb 2015ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open283−92 strokesAmy Yang
726 Apr 2015Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic (2)280−8PlayoffMorgan Pressel
823 Aug 2015Canadian Pacific Women's Open (3)276−12PlayoffStacy Lewis
913 Sep 2015The Evian Championship268−166 strokesLexi Thompson
1025 Oct 2015Fubon LPGA Taiwan Championship268−209 strokesJi Eun-hee, Ryu So-yeon
1127 Mar 2016Kia Classic269−194 strokesInbee Park
123 Apr 2016ANA Inspiration276−121 strokeChun In-gee, Charley Hull
1326 Jun 2016Walmart NW Arkansas Championship196−173 strokesCandie Kung, Morgan Pressel
1417 Jul 2016Marathon Classic (2)270−14PlayoffAriya Jutanugarn, Mirim Lee
1529 Apr 2018LPGA Mediheal Championship276−12PlayoffMinjee Lee
1617 Apr 2021Lotte Championship260−287 strokesInbee Park, Sei Young Kim, Leona Maguire, Nelly Korda
1730 Jan 2022Gainbridge LPGA at Boca Rio274−141 strokeDanielle Kang
1823 Oct 2022BMW Ladies Championship267−214 strokesAndrea Lee
1920 Nov 2022CME Group Tour Championship (2)271−172 strokesLeona Maguire
2021 Jan 2024Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions274−142 strokesAlexa Pano


Lydia Ko LPGA Tour Appearances

According to her official LPGA profile, she has played in a total of 229 events, though the information regarding the cuts she made and missed cuts is not clear enough. She won 20 between 2014 and March 2024, and during 2012 and 2013, she played in 16 events without missing the cut.


Lydia Ko Professional Career Wins

Lydia Ko has a total of 28 professional wins as of March 2024. Mostly, she won on the LPGA Tour with 20 wins, then on the Ladies European Tour with seven wins, followed by five wins on the ALPG Tour and one win each on the KLPGA Tour and the Grant Thornton Invitational.


ALPG, KLPGA, LPGA, and Ladies European Tour, all co-sanction each other’s events, and thus the tournaments might repeat in a few tables below, but the total professional wins are 28 only.


Ladies European Tour Wins

No.DateTournamentScoreTo parMarginRunner(s)-up
110 Feb 2013ISPS Handa New Zealand Women's Open206−101 strokeAmelia Lewis
222 Feb 2015ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open283−92 strokesAmy Yang
31 Mar 2015ISPS Handa New Zealand Women's Open (2)202−144 strokesHannah Green
413 Sep 2015The Evian Championship268−166 strokesLexi Thompson
514 Feb 2016ISPS Handa New Zealand Women's Open (3)206−102 strokesChoi Hye-jin, Felicity Johnson, Nanna Koerstz Madsen
67 Nov 2021Aramco Saudi Ladies International265−235 strokesAtthaya Thitikul
719 Feb 2023Aramco Saudi Ladies International (2)267−211 strokeAditi Ashok


ALPG Tour Wins

No.DateTournamentScoreTo parMarginRunner(s)-up
129 Jan 2012Bing Lee Samsung Women's NSW Open202−144 strokesBecky Morgan
210 Feb 2013ISPS Handa New Zealand Women's Open206−101 strokeAmelia Lewis
322 Feb 2015ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open283−92 strokesAmy Yang
41 Mar 2015ISPS Handa New Zealand Women's Open (2)202−144 strokesHannah Green
514 Feb 2016ISPS Handa New Zealand Women's Open (3)206−102 strokesFelicity Johnson, Choi Hye-jin, Nanna Koerstz Madsen


KLPGA Tour Wins

No.DateTournamentScoreTo parMarginRunner-up
18 Dec 2013Swinging Skirts World Ladies Masters205−113 strokesRyu So-yeon


Other Wins

No.DateTournamentScoreTo parMargin Runners-up
110 Dec 2023Grant Thornton Invitational(with Jason Day)190−261 strokeCorey Conners and Brooke Henderson


Summer Olympics

No.DateTournamentScoreTo parGold medalistSilver medalistBronze medalist
120 Aug 2016Rio Olympics273−11Inbee ParkLydia KoShanshan Feng
27 Aug 2021Tokyo Olympics268−16Nelly KordaMone InamiLydia Ko


FAQ's On Lydia Ko LPGA Tour wins

A. Lydia Ko has won 20 LPGA Tour events, including two major championships, as of March 2024.

A. Lydia Ko has participated in a total of 229 LPGA Tour events, accumulating 20 wins between 2014 and March 2024.

A. Lydia Ko has a total of 28 professional career wins, with 20 wins on the LPGA Tour, 7 on the Ladies European Tour, and one other win. 

A. Yes, Lydia Ko has won two medals at the Summer Olympics: a silver medal in 2016 and a bronze medal in 2021.

A. The net worth of Lydia Ko is estimated to be $25 million as of March 2024.

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