Welcome to Team Troon: Yealimi Noh!
We are pleased share exciting news of the addition of LPGA Tour golfer Yealimi Noh to Team Troon! Noh was born in San Francisco, Calif. in 2001 and enjoyed a decorated amateur career, winning the 2014 and 2018 California Girls Championship. She turned pro in 2019 and qualified for the 2020 LPGA Tour season after finishing third in qualifying school. Noh is currently ranked 60th on the Rolex Player Rankings and was the only rookie to play on Team USA at the Solheim Cup last season. Noh recently unveiled her new Troon-branded golf bag at the Bank of Hope LPGA-Match Play event in Las Vegas, Nev., and will carry it throughout the 2022-23 season.
“I am honored to join Team Troon alongside some of the best golfers in the world,” said Noh. “I have been lucky to play at many Troon properties and am excited to now be an ambassador for Troon, representing the brand as I play a global schedule on the LPGA!”
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Welcome to the Team Yealimi!
LPGA TOUR – U.S. Women’s Open
It was a major week on the LPGA Tour with the U.S. Women’s Open presented by Promedica being played at Pine Needles in Southern Pines, NC. The newest member of Team Troon, Yealimi Noh was in the field and opened with a pair of 72’s to get her into the weekend. She would ultimately finish T58 place with a four round total of 295.
- T58: Yealimi Noh: 72-72-76-75 = 295 / +11
PGA TOUR – Memorial
The PGA TOUR was in Dublin Ohio for The Memorial Tournament presented by Workday –hosted by the Golden Bear himself in Jack Nicklaus. The course served up major-like conditions and played quite challenging for the strong field. Matt Kuchar was low Team Troon member finishing within the top 50 with a four round total of +3.
- T45: Matt Kuchar: 70-75-72-74 = 291 / +3
PGA CHAMPIONS TOUR – KitchenAide Sr. PGA Championship
A belated congratulations to Colin Montgomerie for his T8th finish at the KitchenAide Sr.PGA Championship, the Champions Tour 2nd Major of the year.
- T8: Colin Montgomerie: 69-71-68-68 = 276 / -8
Coming Up Next Week…
PGA TOUR – RBC Canadian Open
The PGA TOUR heads to Canada for the RBC Canadian Open and two Team Troon members are in the field in Justin Thomas and Matt Fitzpatrick.
Current odds for Team Troon members to win the RBC Canadian Open from PointsBet are as follows: