News about Ariya Jutanugarn 2017
Ariya had a busy offseason that did not include very much golf. After the CME Group Tour Championship, she spent 2 weeks doing sponsor obligations back home in Thailand, then finally got to rest after a busy 2016. She was able to have a little vacation time with her sister, Moriya Jutanugarn, before returning to the states and getting back to playing golf after the start of the New Year. Henderson and Jutanugarn Enjoy Off-Season, Prep For 2017
Respected golf writer, Amy Rogers, explains why confidence is the key to Ariya’s success CONFIDENCE KEY FOR ARIYA JUTANUGARN IN 2017
About Ariya Jutanugarn
Ariya Jutanugarn (Turning 22 in November 2017) is a professional golfer from Thailand. Ariya had a breakout year in 2016 winning 5 times on the LPGA tour, including all 3 tournaments in May, becoming the first player in LPGA history to win her first 3 tournaments consecutively. She went on to win two more tournaments in 2016 including the Women’s British Open, becoming the first Thai player, male or female, to win a major championship. She is the current No. 2 golfer. Source: Wikipedia
Ariya Jutanugarn in 2016 (Source: LPGA)
28 events, 27 cuts made, $2,550,947
1st on the money list
Five victories, including her first major championship at the Women’s British Open with an additional 11 top-ten finishes and one runner-up. Ariya became the second player to win the Race to the CME Globe, Rolex Player of the Year, and the LPGA Official Money Title in the same season, joining Lydia Ko (2015)
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