Nellie Corda, world No. 2 in women’s golf, has withdrawn from an LPGA Tour event due to an injury.
Koda said on her SNS on the 24th (Korean time), “I decided to follow the advice of the medical staff that it would be better not to participate in the Mizuho Classic due to back pain.” said.
Koda said she was scheduled to skip the Bank of Hope match play this week and compete in the Mizuho Classic, which will be held from the 2nd of next month. However, due to back pain she has decided to focus on her rehabilitation and treatment for the time being.
Koda, who made her last LPGA Tour debut in 2017, is on her way to eight career victories. She also won a gold medal in women’s golf at the Tokyo Olympics, which was held in 2021. However, in recent years due to health problems she has been unable to compete in several competitions.
In August 2020, she also withdrew from the first round of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship due to a back injury. She did not play until the US Open, which was held in December of that year. Last year she was diagnosed with thrombosis and she did not compete in competitions from March to June and was dedicated to her treatment.메이저사이트
Reuters predicted, “Coda will compete in her next major event, the Meyer LPGA Classic, starting on June 15, a week before the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.”