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The New Zealand golfers Lydia Ko and Ryan Fox have made good starts to their respective season ending events.
The New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko has finished tied for third at the Evian Championship in France, the last major tournament of the year.
Strong winds and rain have forced the cancellation of the first round of the final women's golf major of the year, the Evian Championship in France.
The New Zealand golfer Ryan Fox has finished in a tie for fourth at the Scottish Open as he eyes up his second British Open championship later this week.
New Zealand golfer Ryan Fox has produced another stellar round at the Scottish Open to get within striking distance of the leaders on moving day.
New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko has slipped back to 10th place after the second round of the US Open at Trump National in New Jersey.
Ryan Fox was the best of the New Zealand golfers competing around the world over the weekend.
New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko is three shots off the lead heading into the third round of the PGA Championship in Illinois.
The New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko won't be relinquishing her World number one ranking just yet after the LPGA admitted a mistake in its computer rankings.
The Thai golfer Ariya Jutanugarn will replace Lydia Ko as the top ranked player in women's golf after her rival for number one spot missed the cut at the lastest LPGA event in New Jersey.
New Zealand's Lydia Ko is putting to bed her near misses at the recent majors on the LPGA Tour as she prepares to tee off at the British Open.
New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko comes in at number 81 on a list of 100 most famous sports people in the world, compiled by US sports network ESPN.
New Zealand's world golf number one Lydia Ko will need an improved second round if she's to avoid missing the cut at the latest LPGA event in Virginia.
The New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko did her best but she couldn't compete with South Korean Sei Young Kim on the final day of the Founders Cup in Arizona.
The New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko is on the leaderboard after the opening round of the LPGA tour's season-ending Tour Championship in Florida.
New Zealand's world number two Lydia Ko has taken control of the LPGA Taiwan Championship with a sizzling performance on the back nine to give her a four-stroke lead going into today's final round.