Five things you need to know about LPGA’s new No. 1. A player known as “Jeeno”

By Fly Pin High |
November 2, 2022

Atthaya Thitikul will be the No. The Toto Japan Classic will see Atthaya Thitikul as the No. 1 player in the world. Lydia Ko, a 19-year old, is the only teenager to reach No. 1. Thitikul, also known as “Jeeno,” is the second rookie to reach the No. 1 spot in history. 1 alongside South Korea’s Sung Hyun Park.

“I didn’t think I would be No. Thitikul spoke at a Japan pre-tournament press conference. Thitikul said that he didn’t think he would be No. “And I never thought I’d achieve this in my first season on the LPGA. Overall, I’m feeling great. This year, I feel grateful for this.

Ads code goes here

Thitikul has three remaining events on the LPGA calendar in 2022. She will miss next week’s Pelican LPGA Championship, and will close her season at Naples’ CME Group Tour Championship. Ariya Jutanugarn and Thitikul are the only Thai players to reach number 1. 1.

“Being No. Thitikul said, “Being No. “I don’t know how much longer I’ll be No. It’s not a ranking, but it is a ranking. You have to improve your self-esteem. I don’t care where I am, I will always be No. 1, 10, 20, 100 – I just want to be better and more myself each day I compete as a player and competitor.

These are five facts about the humble prodigy that now holds the top spot in the world.

logopng-1

 FlyPinHigh.com (FPH) started as a small business. Yet it has now transformed from being an internet golf blog to a golf industry leader. FPH is now the best online resource for golf.

Copyright ©2022 Fly Pin High

Web design by 702 Pros