Lydia Ko is debuting a new look to kick off her new season.
The 17-year-old phenom shed her glasses and hair-tie in the LPGA’s 2014-2015 online media guide.
If Ko is trying to make a statement – “I’m not a kid anymore and I mean business” – it’s working!
Ko turned pro in October 2013 following 130 weeks at the top of the ladies amateur list. In 2012, Ko was the youngest amateur to win a professional tour event at 14 (that record is now held by Canadian Brooke Henderson, who was also 14 at the time), and still holds the record for youngest player to win an LPGA tour event – all before turning pro.
Here she is on her player’s page at lpga.com:
And here she is during last November’s CME Group Tour Championship:
With three tour wins in 2014 including the CME Group Tour Championship, Ko is looking to once again dominate the field in 2015 – signature glasses or not!