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Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko has failed to fire in the final round of the LPGA Tour event in Thailand, sliding down the leaderboard to finish 11th.Coming into the day two shots off the lead, Ko birdied her second hole to move within a stroke,...

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Bryson DeChambeau went through an ordinary routine between the second and third rounds of the Wells Fargo Championship. He went out to dinner. He got in a workout. He slept about seven hours.There's just one minor detail: He flew...

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Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko is in the hunt for another LPGA Tour title.Ko sits in a share of fourth through three rounds in Thailand, just two shots behind Patty Tavatanakit, who maintained her lead but saw a slew of players form a potent...

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Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko has stayed in the top five after another impressive round at the LPGA Tour event in Thailand.Ko carded a five-under 67 to move up one spot into a share of fourth at 11-under, and stay within touching distance...

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Former New Zealand PGA Champion Steven Alker has made headlines for all the wrong reasons while competing in his latest event in the US.Alker, who turned pro in 1995 and has competed on the PGA, European and Australasian Tours over...

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New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko has enjoyed a strong first round with a six-under par 66 on the opening day of the latest LPGA Tour event in Thailand at the Siam Country Club.Ko's well in contention, just two shots off the pace set...

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Rory McIlroy returned to the site of his first PGA Tour victory and made it clear that he is more interested in creating his place in history than chasing Saudi-backed money in a proposed super league.Justin Thomas wasn't far behind...

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Golf's biggest names, including world No 1 Dustin Johnson and England's Justin Rose, have received contracts worth up to $140 million to play in a breakaway World Tour that has forced them to choose between Saudi money and the PGA...

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Kiwi golfer Danny Lee has pulled out of the Tokyo Olympics.Lee, who finished 21st at the Vespar Championshp on the PGA Tour today, has made the decision to focus on retaining his PGA Tour card for next season.He currently sits...

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