Moriya Jutanugarn has played on the LPGA since 2013 after a victory in 2009 where she became the first female to win the Duke of York Young Champions Trophy. In 2013, her first year on the tour she won the rookie of the year.Her sister, Ariya, also plays on the LPGA Tour
ROOKIE YEAR 2013
CAREER EARNINGS $2,378,314
Her younger sister, Ariya, was the first golfer from Thailand to win a major championship after taking home the trophy at the 2016 Women’s British Open.
Moriya Jutanugarn is known for her sweet and innocent nature, but she is also known for the odd club throw, her more furious side. Her coach obviously doesn’t encourage it but they are the ones who taught her how to do it and the coach believes it’s a big reason she’s playing so well at the moment. Ariya Jutanugarn who is Moriya older sister has also been chucking clubs all over the place on the driving range so it must run in the family
The last time Moriya played on the LPGA she came 3rd in the The Evian Championship. She has a very bright future in the world of golf and is a great ambassador for Thailand
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