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Lydia Ko wins Canadian Open for third time

Lydia Ko wins Canadian Open for third time

World number two Lydia Ko has held off a fast finishing Stacy Lewis and Ryu So-yeon to claim her third Canadian Pacific Women`s Open and eighth LPGA title in a playoff in Vancouver on Sunday.

Amy Yang leads by three, Chella Choi makes Open history

Amy Yang leads by three, Chella Choi makes Open history

South Korea`s Amy Yang, seeking her first major golf title, fired a one-under-par 69 on Saturday to maintain a three-stroke lead over Stacy Lewis at the 70th US Women`s Open.

Amy Yang seizes three-stroke lead at US Women`s Open

Amy Yang seizes three-stroke lead at US Women`s Open

South Korean Amy Yang rolled in four consecutive birdies on her way to a four-under-par 66 to seize a three-stroke lead after Friday`s second round of the US Women`s Open.

South Korea`s Choi Na-Yeon wins NW Arkansas Championship

South Korea`s Choi Na-Yeon wins NW Arkansas Championship

South Korea`s Choi Na-Yeon holed out from the fairway for eagle on the 16th hole en route to a two-under 69 to claim the LPGA Tour`s NW Arkansas Championship.

Lincicome wins first major of year in extra holes

Lincicome wins first major of year in extra holes

Brittany Lincicome claimed her second major championship by parring the third playoff hole at the ANA Inspiration tournament Sunday to defeat fellow American Stacy Lewis.

Kim extends lead, Thai sisters lurking at ANA event

Kim extends lead, Thai sisters lurking at ANA event

South Korea`s Kim Sei-young picked up two late birdies to break three shots clear of Stacy Lewis after the third round of the ANA Inspiration in California on Saturday.

Lydia Ko in early contention at Mission Hills

Lydia Ko in early contention at Mission Hills

World number one Lydia Ko moved into contention for the ANA Inspiration in record-equalling style on Thursday as South Korea`s Choi Na-yeon seized a share of the early lead in the opening round.

Korean Park back at happy hunting ground

Korean Park back at happy hunting ground

Park In-bee returns to one of her most successful venues for this week`s ANA Inspiration at Mission Hills Country Club where two years ago she won her second major title with a "nearly perfect" display.

South Korea`s Kim Hyo-Joo wins LPGA Founders Cup

South Korea`s Kim Hyo-Joo wins LPGA Founders Cup

Kim Hyo-Joo, fired up after a bogey at the 10th, birdied five of her last eight holes on Sunday to win the LPGA Founders Cup by three strokes from Stacy Lewis.

Kim Hyo-Joo takes lead into final round of LPGA Founders Cup

Kim Hyo-Joo takes lead into final round of LPGA Founders Cup

South Korea`s Kim Hyo-Joo fired seven birdies in a six-under par 66 on Saturday to take a two-stroke lead after three rounds of the LPGA Founders Cup.

Kim Kaufman grabs one-shot lead at LPGA Founders Cup

Kim Kaufman grabs one-shot lead at LPGA Founders Cup

American Kim Kaufman birdied two of the last four holes Saturday to grab a one-stroke lead over South Korea`s Kim Hyo-Joo after the second round of the LPGA Founders Cup.

Karrie Webb defends Founders crown as LPGA Tour returns Stateside

Karrie Webb defends Founders crown as LPGA Tour returns Stateside

Australia`s Karrie Webb will defend her Founders Cup crown this week as the LPGA Tour returns to the United States after tournaments in the Bahamas, Australia, Thailand and Singapore.

Steely Park In-Bee seals wire-to-wire win over Lydio Ko

Steely Park In-Bee seals wire-to-wire win over Lydio Ko

Nerveless Park In-Bee sealed a wire-to-wire victory at the HSBC Women`s Champions on Sunday in a clear statement of her intent to win back the number one ranking from Lydia Ko.

Park In-Bee opens up two-shot lead in Singapore

Park In-Bee opens up two-shot lead in Singapore

Park In-Bee opened up a two-shot lead at the HSBC Women`s Champions on Saturday but teenage world number one Lydia Ko was snapping at her heels after her best round of the week.

South Korea's Amy Yang wins Thai LPGA event by two strokes

South Korea's Amy Yang wins Thai LPGA event by two strokes

South Korea`s Amy Yang carded a three-under-par 69 in the final round to win the women`s Thailand Open by two strokes on Sunday.

Costly mistakes shave Thailand lead for Lewis

Costly mistakes shave Thailand lead for Lewis

World number three Stacy Lewis remained on top at the Honda LPGA Thailand Saturday but a series of costly bogeys saw her comfortable lead significantly depleted ahead of the final day.

Tseng, Lewis and Lang share LPGA Thailand lead

Tseng, Lewis and Lang share LPGA Thailand lead

Two-time winner Tseng Yani hit seven birdies on Thursday to share the overnight lead with American duo Stacy Lewis and Brittany Lang after the first round of the Honda LPGA Thailand.

Ko, Lewis fight for bonus as Granada grabs lead

Ko, Lewis fight for bonus as Granada grabs lead

New Zealand teen Lydia Ko and American Stacy Lewis battled for a $1 million season bonus Saturday but Paraguay`s Julieta Granada was the season-ending LPGA Tour Championship leader after 54 holes.

Feng, Park in running for LPGA`s $1m bonus prize

Feng, Park in running for LPGA`s $1m bonus prize

Park In-Bee, Stacy Lewis and defending champ Feng Shanshan highlight the field this week at the LPGA Tour Championship, the season finale that includes a $1-million bonus prize.

Park In-Bee captures title at Taiwan LPGA

Park In-Bee captures title at Taiwan LPGA

World number one Park In-Bee fired a one-under par 71 Sunday for a 22-under total of 266 to capture her third LGPA Tour title this season in Taipei, holding off a powerful charge from American Stacy Lewis.