Nelly Korda continues with her amazing records. The youngest of the sisters in the great saga of athletes, with 274 strokes, raised the sixth tournament of the season, in her last seven events played, by winning the Mizuho Americas Open, played at the Liberty National Golf Club in New Sweater.

The undisputed number 1 in the world beat the Australian Hannah Green by one stroke, after a bogey on the final hole, to sign something that only four players have been able to do in history: six victories on the calendar before June 1, as Lorena Ochoa had done before (2008), Babe Zaharias (1951) and Louise Suggs (1953).

With almost half of the season ahead, Korda Its most immediate objective is to equal the seven victories achieved, among others, by Zaharias, Karry Webb, in 2000, and the Taiwanese Yani Tseng, in 2011. The absolute record in the LPGA belongs to Mickey Wright with 13 victories in 1968.

Carlota Ciganda, meanwhile finished thirty-ninth 11 shots behind the winner.

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