After appearing on red carpet at Met Gala, Nelly Korda goes for a sixth straight win on LPGA Tour


Nelly Korda is on fire lately! The 25-year-old golfer has won five tournaments in a row, tying a record. She’s also the world’s No. 1 player, leading in earnings, scoring average, and points for the player of the year award. Plus, she recently got to attend the Met Gala, fulfilling a childhood dream.

Now, Korda is gearing up for the Cognizant Founders Cup, where she could make history by becoming the first woman to win six straight LPGA starts. Despite all the attention and pressure, Korda says she’s focused on the present and hasn’t thought too much about the record she’s chasing.

Just two weeks ago, Korda won her second major tournament, joining legends like Annika Sorenstam and Nancy Lopez in the record books. But she’s not getting ahead of herself. Korda knows that thinking too far ahead can be distracting, so she’s staying grounded and focusing on each event as it comes.

During her break from tournaments, Korda didn’t stray far from her game. She practiced at home and kept things simple when she returned to the course. She’s learned to balance preparation with relaxation, trusting that she’s put in the work before each event.

This week, Korda had a unique experience off the golf course when she attended the Met Gala. Surrounded by celebrities and fashion icons, she felt like she was living in a dream. Despite the glamour of the event, Korda stayed true to herself, opting for a dress that made her feel comfortable and confident.

Now, Korda is back on the course in New Jersey, ready to tackle the Founders Cup. Despite past struggles in the state, she’s determined to perform her best. With the support of her fans and fellow golfers, Korda is ready to take on the challenge and continue her remarkable winning streak.


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