Times are changing, and so is the game of golf. Previously deemed a man’s sport, women of the modern era have proven these ideas outdated. Whether you are an ardent enthusiast or someone who gives a fair share of their time to bet on golf with Betfair, these young pioneers are ones to look out for.

Here are the top 5 best women golfers of the modern era:

Ko Jin-Young (South Korea)

The World No. 1 Ko Jin-young turned professional in 2013 and has bagged an impressive 17 professional wins. This South Korean firecracker had won 10 times on the LPGA of Korea Tour by the time she was 22. She also bagged the 2016 LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship and stood second at the 2015 Ricoh Women’s British Open. Ko is a fierce competitor and a smart strategist.

Nelly Korda (United States)

This twenty-two-year-old Florida native has proved her worth not only on American soil but on European and Australian soil. Since turning professional in 2016, Korda has won 3 times on the LPGA Tour and has bagged 5 professional wins. Her aggressive game has established her as someone to watch out for. Any experienced golf betting tipster knows not to bet against her.

She isn’t simply the World No. 3 – she is a revolutionary when it comes to American golf on the LPGA Tour.

Danielle Grace Kang (United States)

Even before becoming a professional player in the LPGA Tour, Kang won the U.S. Women’s Amateur twice, in 2010 and 2011 as an amateur – in doing that, she became the first player in fifteen years to win the titles consecutively. This twenty-eight-year-old California native bagged the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship in 2017 and, since turning professional in 2011, has proved herself to be a fearless competitor in the game.

Minjee Lee (Australia)

There is little 24-year-old Lee cannot do. With an impressive amateur and professional career, she ranks ninth worldwide. This all-rounder hailing from Perth’s port city became the number one ranked amateur golfer in February 2014 after winning the Oates Victorian Open. She remained the world number one until turning professional in September 2014. She has won the LPGA Tour a whopping five times. Since then, she has ascended to the top multiple times and has a knack for finding herself on the top of the leaderboard.

Nasa Hataoka (Japan)

Japanese golfing superstar Nasa Hataoka established herself as a serious competitor on the JLPGA as a sixteen-year-old amateur. Since turning professional in 2016, this 21-year-old has bagged eight professional wins. Although the beginning of her professional career trajectory was slightly streaky, she has found her footing and continues notching up victories. Her consistency, confidence, and fierce gameplay has landed her in the sixth spot in the world rankings.

Women are conquering every sport with their talent, and golf is no different. Fierce, passionate, and headstrong – these young women represent a new wave in the sport.