We list our stand-out players of the year...
3 – Ariya Jutanugarn
The Thai won three times in 2018 including the US Women’s Open and Women’s Scottish Open, and wrapped up the LPGA Tour’s Race to the CME Globe for the second time in three years.
She also recorded 12 other top 10s.
Jutanugarn, currently the world number one, topped a number of stats on the LPGA Tour including the money list, number of birdies, scoring average, putts per GIR, rounds under par, rounds in the 60s and more.
The 23-year-old was crowned LPGA Tour Player of the Year and also won the Rolex Annika Major Award which is based on the overall performance in the year’s majors.