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Lydia Ko has climbed to No 22 in the official women's world golf rankings after the first major championship of the year. The 15-year-old New Zealander has risen three spots from No 25 in the latest rankings, issued after she finished tied for 25th
England's Jodi Ewart Shadoff posted a third-round 74 to fall 10 shots off the lead at the first women's major of the year, the Kraft Nabisco Championship. The first round co-leader dropped three shots in two holes on the front nine and is two under
The opportunity is like no other in women's golf, and there's a one-of-a-kind reward too. Tour's Kraft Nabisco Championship in Rancho Mirage, 30 girls will play 18 holes for one spot in the season's first major...Youth on Course, to compete in the
Ladies Professional Golf Association) makes its comeback from some dark days, it's being boosted by the unexpected success of Stacey Lewis and New Zealand amateur Lydia Ko...Commissioner Carolyn Bivens had been forced to resign after a players'
Tour says defending champion and formerly top-ranked Yani Tseng has withdrawn from the Kia Classic after missing her pro-am tee time on Wednesday morning. In a statement released by the tour, Tseng apologized for what she called "an unfortunate
Yani Tseng is trying to recapture a youthful enthusiasm for golf, searching for the balance of fun and precision that carried her to the top spot in women's golf...Last year, Tseng won the event for the second of her three 2012 titles, holding off Ai
Thailand which starts on Thursday at the Siam Country Club in Chonburi before returning to New Zealand to take part in the NZ PGA Championship at the The Hills course near Queenstown from February 28. The 15-year-old captured the attention of the
Darren Fichardt overcame a late stumble and finished with a 1-under 71 on Sunday to capture the title at the Africa Open. South Korea's Jiyai Shin won the Australian Women's Golf Open by two shots Sunday, finishing with a 1-under 72 to beat world No.
Thailand and Singapore -- before its first U.S. tournament...Other women's tours have been contesting tournaments this year...Lydia Ko, a 15-year-old a native New Zealander won the tournament Sunday. It was her third professional tournament title and
Lydia Ko thought her goals for this week's New Zealand Women's Golf Open were so lofty, she kept them to herself for fear of under-delivering. She dodged the topic pre-tournament, then exceeded the expectations anyway...This was a really good field