Evian signs deal with Lydia Ko A true prodigy, the golf champion (aged 18) already has a number of golf records and performances to her name. As the youngest world number 1 in golfing history (on either the men's or women's tours), the youngest player to win a Major (The Evian Championship 2015), followed by youngest Rolex Player of the Year (in 2015), Lydia Ko dominates women's golf, instilling it with her passion for life and her boldness. Voted by Time Magazine (2014) as one of the 100 most influential people in the world, she is an icon whose wide-reaching influence also stems from her rich multiculturalism and cosmopolitan lifestyle. Of Korean origin, with New Zealand nationality, she lives in the USA and travels from one international golf course to the next throughout the year.
ANZ signs deal with Lydia Ko “It’s great to have the backing of ANZ at this crucial point in my career as I take on the international pro circuit and the best female golfers in the world,” Ko said in a release. “ANZ understands that to achieve excellence and success in the toughest golf competition, I’m going to need a great team behind me.”