This past week, Lydia Ko has taken the title of LPGA Tour’s Rookie of the Year, and is the youngest ever to win this award. Currently, Lydia is #3 in the world ranking and #4 on the LPGA Tour money list, with a total of over $1.5 million.
Through the LPGA Tour, she has already grabbed two victories, two runner-up finishes as well as nine other finishes within the top 10. Next week, Lydia Ko will be finishing up the CME Globe Race in Florida, where she is currently third in the race.
Lydia Ko’s style is young, modern, bold, bright and fun. She is often seen wearing designs that make her unique on the course, such as bright colored stripes or fun colored polka-dot tops. The following are ways that you can freshen up your closet using Lydia Ko’s unique style!
The Jofit Vented Polo is a great sport top with subtle black and white polka dot details. The fabric peeks out at the collar edge and bottom hem and can be paired with many different bottoms. The purple zipper along the chest is adjustable, allowing for you to show as much neck as you would like to. The fabric of this top is a signature wicking Jo Dry Jersey, which is comfortable and will allow you to stay dry on the course. This top is simple, yet still unique in its’ design and pop of color along the zipper.
The Slazenger Women’s Router Golf Polo is extremely versatile. This polo features comfort, performance and Hydro-Dri technology to wick moisture away from your skin’s surface. The short-sleeve style allows for your arms to get a better swing. The fold-over collar and button placket provide a classic yet still modern look.
Adidas’ 3-stripes wind jacket is perfect for the chillier weather. This jacket is created out of all polyester and features a water-resistant build, a full zip as well as a stand up collar for extra warmth. Additionally, there is contrast piping on pockets and shoulder seams as well as elastic cuffs on the raglan sleeves. This jacket comes in “Power-Purple/Matte Silver” and is a great way to stay simple yet bold on the course.
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