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  1. Ariya will chase breakthrough win in PattayaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Bangkok Post

    Ariya Jutanugarn will get another chance to become the first Thai winner on the women's elite tour at this week's Honda LPGA Thailand in Pattaya. The 19-year-old came close to achieving the feat over the past few weeks, losing in a three-way play-off in Bahamas earlier this month and finishing third in Melbourne on Sunday.

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  2. Honda LPGA ThailandRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | ISeeekGolf

    The LPGA moves to Thailand this week for the Honda LPGA Classic in at the Siam Country Club in Chonburi. While the world number one Lydia Ko is supporting her own national open in New Zealand, the reappearance of the likes of Inbee Park, Stacy Lewis, Suzann Pettersen, Michelle Wie and Hyo Joo Kim bolsters the strength of the field compared to that which played last week in Melbourne.

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  3. Jutanugarn chasing redemption at homeRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | ISeeekGolf

    The LPGA moves to Thailand this week for the Honda LPGA Classic in at the Siam Country Club in Chonburi. While the world number one Lydia Ko is supporting her own national open in New Zealand, the reappearance of the likes of Inbee Park, Stacy Lewis, Suzann Pettersen, Michelle Wie and Hyo Joo Kim bolsters the strength of the field compared to that which played last week in Melbourne.

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  4. Lydia Ko nudges ahead as women's golf world No 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Stuff.co.nz

    Lydia Ko has given herself some breathing space at the top of the women's world golf rankings, but she may need it this week. The 17-year-old New Zealander's first win of the year, at the Australian Open in Melbourne last week, has led to a sizeable extension of her lead in the world rankings.

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  5. It's the Ko show in ChristchurchRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | ISeeekGolf

    The ISPS Handa New Zealand Women's Open will again have the benefit of the world number one, Lydia Ko, gracing the fairways of the Clearwater Golf Club in Christchurch, last week's Women's Australian Open Champion ensuring the success of the event and that it will capture the attention of a country locked in World Cup mode at present. Ko won this event two years ago as an amateur but last year fell victim to a withering finish by the winner, Korean Mi Hyang Lee, whose final round of 63 to win by one caught everyone by surprise.

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  6. Player of the week: Hannah O'SullivanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Golfweek

    Hannah O'Sullivan, of Paradise Valley, Ariz., took a four-shot victory at the Symetra Tour's Gateway Classic, becoming the youngest winner in the tour's history and earning junior Player of the Week honors. O'Sullivan opened her final round at Longbow Country Club in Mesa, Ariz., Sunday with two birdies on her first three holes, protecting her overnight lead for the victory.

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  7. Status Ko keeps rockin' all over the world.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Sunday Herald

    Can you remember the panic-stricken countdown to the year 2000 when boggle-eyed boffins whipped the world into an appalling lather with apocalyptic predictions about the earth-shuddering impact on technology of the Millennium Bug? Can you remember the panic-stricken countdown to the year 2000 when boggle-eyed boffins whipped the world into an appalling lather with apocalyptic predictions about the earth-shuddering impact on technology of the Millennium Bug? Planes would fall out of the sky, kettles would rise up and hold pensioners hostage in their own homes, microwave ovens would storm the Houses of Parliament and overthrow the government and the various circuit boards, pistons, valves and tangle of wires that had kept Bruce Forsyth fully operational since the Industrial Revolution would explode amid a devastating malfunction.

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  8. Special time, special player: Lydia Ko, 17, keeps winningRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Golfweek

    Last year at the Kraft Nabisco Championship, I ran into Lydia Ko's mother in the laundry room at the Residence Inn, where she insisted on lending a tired scribe a handful of quarters. Ko, 17, was back in their room, probably watching a crime-show rerun.

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  9. AZ golfer youngest to win on LPGA's Symetra TourRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 21 | KCTV5

    Chandler golfer Hannah O'Sullivan on Sunday became the youngest player in the LPGA's Symetra Tour history to win a tournament. At 16 years, 9 months and 11 days, O'Sullivan shot a three under par 69 to capture the Gateway Classic at Longbow Golf Club in Mesa.

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  10. Lydia Ko wins Women's Australian Open by two strokesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | The Globe and Mail

    New Zealand's Lydia Ko made her second start as world No. 1 a winning one, shooting a final-round 2-under 71 for a two-stroke victory over South Korea's Amy Yang in the Women's Australian Open.

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  11. O'Sullivan becomes youngest Symetra Tour winnerRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 22 | KVBC-TV Las Vegas

    Hannah O'Sullivan, a 16-year-old amateur, closed with a 3-under 69 on Sunday to win the Gateway Classic, the Symetra Tour season-opener. O'Sullivan finished at 15-under-par 201.

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  12. 16-year-old O'Sullivan becomes youngest Symetra Tour winnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Monterey County Herald

    Hannah O'Sullivan became the youngest winner in Symetra Tour history Sunday, shooting a 3-under 69 for a four-stroke victory in the season-opening Gateway Classic. The 16-year-old O'Sullivan, a junior at nearby Chandler Hamilton, broke the age record of 17 set by LPGA Tour star Cristie Kerr in the 1995 Ironwood Futures Classic in Gainesville, Florida.

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  13. Korda excited to return to Melbourne for Australian OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | ABC News

    Happy to return to the site of her first big win, Jessica Korda is excited to be playing another Australian Open at Royal Melbourne. The 21-year-old American golfer won the event in 2012, her first of three wins on the LPGA Tour.

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  14. Golf prize money up for grabs at the 2015 ISPS Handa Women's Australian OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | Examiner.com

    The 2015 ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open golf tournament is taking place from February 19-22, 2015, at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Black Rock, Victoria, a suburb of Melbourne. This is the fourth year that the Women's Australian Open has been played as part of the LPGA Tour and second time the tournament is being played at Royal Melbourne.

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  15. Korean golfers to aim at a third title in the LPGA tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | English Dong-A

    Korean golfers to aim at a third title in the LPGA tour . FEBRUARY 18, 2015 08:16.

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  16. Teens Ko, Hull grouped at Women's Australian OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | GolfChannel

    Rolex world No. 1 Lydia Ko will tee it up with another precocious teen when the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open begins Thursday at Royal Melbourne.

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  17. Korda hopes to re-create father and daughter Melbourne memoriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 16 | Sydney Morning Herald

    The last time Jessica Korda was at Royal Melbourne Golf Club she was 18 and won an epic six-way playoff to clinch her first title on the LPGA Tour, the 2012 Australian Open. And as she aims to recreate what is still her greatest memory in golf, the 21-year-old American this week visited the site of her famous father's most significant triumph as a professional tennis player - Rod Laver Arena.

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  18. Oh ready to go at Aust Women's OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 16 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Even by the whirlwind standards of modern-day women's professional golf, it's been quite a fortnight for Australian teen sensation Su Oh. At the start of the month, she didn't even have direct entry into the Australian Open, a tournament she has contested every year since turning 12. Second place on her professional debut at the Vic Open a fortnight ago guaranteed the 18-year-old Oh a start in the national Open.

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  19. Australian Open interest still assuredRead the original story

    Monday Feb 16 | ISeeekGolf

    The tri sanctioned ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open is played this week at one of the great venues of world golf and while several of the leading world ranked players are notable by their absence from Royal Melbourne the presence of the world number one, Lydia Ko, five time winner Karrie Webb and exciting Australian prospects, Minjee Lee and Su Hyun Oh, will ensure plenty of worldwide and Australasian interest. Other players from the world top ten in Melbourne, aside from Ko and Webb, are Shanshan Feng and So Yeon Ryu so although a popular event at one of the best golf courses the LPGA Tour will play this year it has failed to attract the quality of field it has in recent years.

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  20. Californian breaks Annika Invitational junior golf recordRead the original story

    Monday Feb 16 | The Orlando Sentinel

    Angel Yin of Arcadia, Calif., completed her wire-to-wire victory at the Annika Invitational junior girls golf tournament Monday at Reunion Resort in Kissimmee with a 6-under-par 66. Yin finished at 12-under 204 overall on the Watson Course layout, eight shots better than Ruixin "Rachel'' Liu, originally from China but living in Orlando. Yin's final-round score tied the 18-hole record for the seventh annual tournament, and her total score broke 2013 winner Bethany Wu's record by two shots.

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