Lydia Ko officially won the LPGA Player of the Year award on Sunday, and she took home a $1 million bonus and a bunch of awards to go with it.
With her top-10 finish at the CME Tour Championship, Lydia clinched the Player of the Year crown (the youngest player to ever do that), retained her #1 world ranking and won the season-long Race to the CME Globe for the second year in a row (and the seven-figure bonus).
✅2015 Rolex Player of the Year
✅Race to CME Globe champ (again)
✅Winner of $1M bonus
Lydia continues to amaze. pic.twitter.com/PaL5OtUSpn
— Callaway Golf (@CallawayGolf) November 22, 2015
It’s mind-boggling to think of all she accomplished this year, including her first major victory (she’s the youngest major winner ever), her six wins across the world, and the fact that she has 10 LPGA wins already. We’re proud to have her on Team Callaway, and we want to congratulate her on an amazing 2015. Way to go, Lydia!
Lydia Ko, the legend grows. ??? pic.twitter.com/iw5ZXvxmQl
— Beth Ann Nichols (@GolfweekNichols) November 22, 2015
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