Teen Lydia Ko seeks three-peat at Canadian Women`s Open

New Zealand`s Lydia Ko, a 17-year-old seeking her third consecutive LPGA Canadian Women`s Open title, tees off Thursday trying to join Meg Mallon and Pat Bradley as three-time winners.

Kiwi teen Ko takes first professional title

New Zealand teenager Lydia Ko captured her first professional title Sunday, closing with a birdie to edge Stacy Lewis by one stroke and win the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic.

Lewis one in front of Ko at LPGA Swinging Skirts

Stacy Lewis fired four birdies on the back nine to maintain a one-stroke lead over 17-year-old Lydia Ko on Saturday after three rounds of the LPGA Swinging Skirts Classic.

Aussie Webb rallies to claim Founders Cup

Karrie Webb rolled in a half dozen birdies on her final eight holes as she came from behind to capture the LPGA Tour`s Founders Cup on Sunday.

Teen Aussie sensation sets sights on Olympics

Teenage sensation Minjee Lee said she is in no rush to follow New Zealand`s Lydia Ko by turning professional as she plots a path to the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

Webb edges Choi to win Aussie Open

Karrie Webb edged South Korea`s Chella Choi in a "nerve-racking" battle to win her fifth Women`s Australian Open and 40th tour title Sunday with a 12-under-par.

Choi blitzes course record to lead Aussie Open

South Korea`s Chella Choi smashed the course record with 10-under-par 62 on Saturday as she seized the Women`s Australian Open joint lead alongside exciting 17-year-old amateur Minjee Lee.

Hole-in-one Hedwall leads Australian Open

Caroline Hedwall fired a hole-in-one on Friday as she established a one-shot lead at the Women`s Australian Open and raised hopes of her first LPGA victory.

New Zealand prodigy Ko splits with coach

New Zealand`s Lydia Ko has split with long-time coach Guy Wilson, who started working with the golfing prodigy as a five-year-old novice and helped take her to number four in the world 11 years later.

New Zealand’s Lydia Ko becomes youngest LPGA winner

Lydia Ko of New Zealand became the youngest player to win a LPGA Tour event when she clinched the Canadian Women`s Open by three strokes on Sunday.

Indian eves tied 7th after first day at Sirikit Cup

The Indian team lead by Aditi Ashok were lying tied seventh at the end of the first day of the 34th Queen Sirikit Cup which got underway at the Tanah Merah Golf and country club, here on Wednesday.