Thai golfer Ariya Jutanugarn scores 5th LPGA win

There’s no doubt about it: Ariya Jutanugarn has earned herself a spot in Thai golf history.

The 20-year-old Thai golfer – currently ranked No. 2 in the world behind Lydia Ko – secured another victory, her fifth in 10 LPGA events, Sunday at the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open at Priddis Greens.

Jutanugarn, who saw a left knee injury prevent her from playing at the Rio Olympics just weeks ago, won against Sei Young Kim of South Korea with a 6-under 66.

Her victories come after a major hiccup at the ANA Inspiration in April against Ko. Since May, Jutanugarn has rebounded by winning the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic, the Kingsmill Championship, the LPGA Volvik Championship and, in late July, the much-coveted Women’s British Open at Milton Keynes, England. Her British Open win was the first-ever major event victory by a Thai golfer, male or female.

“After I won my first tournament, I feel like I reached my goal, and after that I feel like I don’t care what my ranking (is) going to be,” Jutanugarn told NBC. “I don’t care if I’m going to win the tournament or not. The only thing I want to be is, I really want to be happy on the course.”