After a long four-week break, the LPGA Tour will return to the spotlight for the 16th installment of the Honda LPGA Thailand. The event has attracted a star-studded field this year, promising excitement for all.
First Look at the Best in the World
After rightfully skipping out on the Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions for her honeymoon, World No. 1 Lydia Ko will be making her first start on the LPGA Tour. After a show-stopping 2022 that saw three wins, a Rolex Player of the Year award and a Vare Trophy, Ko will be the player to beat at the Siam Country Club. With her win on the Ladies European Tour last week, Ko has won three of her last four world-wide starts and has proven she’s picked up right where she left off in 2022.
More from the Rolex Top 10
Joining Ko are eight other members of the Rolex Rankings top 10 – the only one skipping the tournament is No. 6…