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Lydia Ko has shot into contention at the Women's PGA Championship following a six under 66 in her second round at the Kemper Lakes course in Chicago.
New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko has received a reprieve to barely make the cut at the US Open.
The New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko has all but put herself out of contention at the latest event on the LPGA Tour.
The former coach of Lydia Ko believes the New Zealand golfer appears lost with her game.
The Swedish golfer Pernilla Lindberg made her first LPGA victory a major when she won a marathon playoff at the ANA Inspiration in California.
The New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko has dropped out of the top ten of the world women's rankings.
The New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko has produced one of the rounds of the day to climb up the leaderboard at the latest LPGA event in Taiwan.
The former women's golf world number one Lydia Ko acknowledges her slide down the rankings is something she's struggled to come to terms with.
The American golfers Paula Creamer and Danielle Kang are the latest major winners to confirm their places in next month's New Zealand Women's Open.
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.
Golfers will no longer live in fear of a minor infringement being picked up by eagle-eyed armchair fans, after the Royal & Ancient and USGA agreed to limit the use of video evidence.
New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko is in danger of losing her world number one ranking in the women's game.
The New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko is well off the pace after the first round of the latest LPGA event in California.
Lydia Ko has climbed from a tie for 12th to a share of seventh following the second round of the latest LPGA tour event in Singapore.
New Zealand golfer and world number one Lydia Ko has introduced a raft of changes to her game ahead of the 2017 LPGA season.
New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko has revealed her new equipment deal and caddie for the new year.
Lydia Ko will be playing for a record purse on next year's LPGA golf tour.
Lydia Ko has missed out on winning the season-long Race to CME Globe for a third consecutive year - finishing second to Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn.