Team Canada’s Naomi Ko qualifies for U.S. Women’s OpenWritten by Golf Canada
WOODBURN, Oreg. – Canadian Naomi Ko has punched her ticket back to the U.S. Women’s Open.
Ko, a Victoria, B.C., product, bested the 56-player field earn medalist honours with a final score of 3 under par (70-71) at the OGA Golf Course, one of 25 qualifying sites this year. The win marks the second time Ko earned a spot in the LPGA major—she qualified in 2016 as an 18-year-old.
The Team Canada National Amateur Squad member will take to Country Club of Charleston in Charleston, S.C., when action gets underway from May 30 – June 2.
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Decent day of scores continues for @GolfCanada players. @naomiko_golf was medalist at her @uswomensopen QF site and will play her second US Open. Been trending ↗️ and starting to play nicely again. #kokoproud
— Tristan Mullally (@tmullallygolf) April 26, 2019