In doing so, it was her 14th consecutive round in the 60s which tied the longest streak in the Ladies Professional Golf Association’s (LPGA) history.
Annika Sorenstam — widely considered one of the greatest golfers in history — initially set the record 16 years ago in 2005.
The 10-time major winner won three of four tournaments during that stretch of 14 straight rounds in the 60s — including a major — and was runner-up in another.
Ko’s compatriot Ryu So-yeon also matched the record in 2016 and 2017.
However, after matching Sorenstam and basking in the glory of her victory — her third in her last six LPGA starts — the world No. 2 wants more.
Two years ago, Ko shocked the golfing world by breaking Tiger Woods’ record of 110 consecutive holes without a bogey.
In the season in which she won her first two majors, she went a remarkable 114 consecutive holes without making a bogey before missing a seemingly simple three-foot putt on the ninth hole at the Cambia Portland Classic.
After setting the record and ending her run, Ko wasn’t downbeat.
Fifteen-time major winner Woods initially set the record in 2000.