Nelly Korda became World n.1 with a Putting Average of 30! Is it a statistic anomaly or? Watch her #SwingScore...

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NELLY KORDA BECOMES NO 1 with a Putting average of 30..!? 

For the first time in her career, Nelly Korda has reached No. 1 in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings following her win at the 2021 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. She becomes the third American to sit atop the Rolex Rankings and surprisingly she did it with a Putting average of 30.


This is quite surprising not so when you consider par5s double eagle on round4 (see above) overall scoring 11 under on the par5s assuming she must have reached most of them in two with two putts!

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Nelly Korda 64,5 SwingScore is outstanding and explain more/better why she reached n.1 

“Reaching World No. 1 has always been a goal of mine, I couldn’t have done this without so much support from my family, my caddie, my sponsors and my entire team, not to mention all the fans who support me every week."

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