“Korda Makes History at Chevron Championship: Fifth Consecutive Victory and Record Earnings”

In The Woodlands, Texas, Nelly Korda clinched her fifth consecutive victory on the LPGA at the Chevron Championship, reeling in a hefty $1.2 million in prize money. This triumph catapults her to the top of the money list for the season, now boasting a total of $2,414,216, making her the quickest player in tour history to reach the $2 million mark in single-season earnings.

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Her career earnings now stand at $11,361,489, propelling her from 25th to 23rd on the all-time official money list, surpassing both Yani Tseng and Na Yeon Choi.

Meanwhile, 31-year-old Lauren Coughlin achieved her best finish in a major, securing a share of third place and her largest paycheck yet: $428,976. This milestone comes shortly after her husband, John Pond, left his job as a University of Virginia fundraiser to accompany her on tour.

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