Normally, when it comes to Tiger Woods, the talk is what record will he break next. But this weekend, it was all about breaking a record Tiger owns.
And it was none other than Lydia Ko who did it.
After finishing second in the inaugural Coates Golf Championship, Ko moved to No. 1 in the world in the LPGA. At 17, Ko becomes the youngest player of either gender to earn the World No. 1 ranking, breaking the record set by Tiger Woods.
The previous record was 21 years and five months. Ko is three years and eight months early on Tiger’s old record.