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Park In-Bee wins first women`s golf gold medal in 116 years; Aditi Ashok finishes 41st

Park In-Bee wins first women`s golf gold medal in 116 years; Aditi Ashok finishes 41st

Aditi carded five-over 76 to end her campaign at the 41st spot in the women's golf event, which had nine of the world's Top-10 players.

Canada`s Brooke Henderson wins Women`s PGA Championship

Brooke Henderson used a brilliant putting game to become a first time major champion. 

Lydia Ko can dominate sport like Tiger Woods, says Michael Campbell

Lydia Ko can dominate sport like Tiger Woods, says Michael Campbell

Lydia Ko can become the Tiger Woods of women`s golf if she sets herself higher goals, according to compatriot and former major winner Michael Campbell.

Teenager Lydia Ko makes golf history with Evian win

Teenager Lydia Ko makes golf history with Evian win

New Zealand`s Lydia Ko wrote another chapter of golfing history on Sunday when she became the youngest winner of a women`s major with a stunning final round 63 at the Evian Championship.

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.

Last-hole bogey costs Lydia Ko outright lead in Vancouver

Last-hole bogey costs Lydia Ko outright lead in Vancouver

World number two Lydia Ko squandered the outright lead with a bogey on her last hole at the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open on Saturday and faces a final round shoot-off for the title with playing partner Candie Kung.

Lydia Ko in contention at another Canadian Women`s Open

Lydia Ko in contention at another Canadian Women`s Open

Lydia Ko made it look easy again at the Vancouver Golf Club making birdie on three of her final four holes to shoot a 67 and put herself in contention at the Canadian Women`s Open.

Suzann Pettersen leads stormy British Open

Suzann Pettersen leads stormy British Open

Suzann Pettersen was out early in the second round of the Women`s British Open, shot 69 and set a halfway target that no one else could match on a day of horrendous weather at Turnberry.

Kim Hyo Joo takes early edge over Ko and Kerr

Kim Hyo Joo takes early edge over Ko and Kerr

South Korea`s Kim Hyo Joo produced the shot and the round of the day to lead the Women`s British Open by a shot from Lydia Ko and Cristie Kerr at sunbathed Turnberry on Thursday. 

Messi trumps Djokovic, Ronaldo, Hamilton at 2015 ESPY Awards

Messi trumps Djokovic, Ronaldo, Hamilton at 2015 ESPY Awards

Lionel Messi beats a hosts of international sports super-stars to win the Best International Athlete Award at the 2015 ESPY on Wednesday.

Park In-bee: South Korea's unsmiling, silent assassin

Park In-bee: South Korea's unsmiling, silent assassin

Few golfers would describe Park In-bee`s languid, truncated swing as "textbook", but after winning her sixth career major at the Women`s PGA Championship on Sunday, the South Korean is no doubt content to have played her way into the record books.

Kim leads, Ko misses cut at WPGA Championship

Kim leads, Ko misses cut at WPGA Championship

South Korean Kim Sei-Young eagled the par-five 15th hole Friday en route to a five-under-par 68 and the halfway lead in the Women`s PGA Championship, as world number one Lydia Ko missed the cut.

Park In-Bee eyes three in a row, Lydia Ko`s top ranking

Park In-Bee eyes three in a row, Lydia Ko`s top ranking

Park In-Bee, winner of the past two LPGA Championship titles, will try to make it three in a row in the major that has been reinvented this year as the Women`s PGA Championship.

Lydia Ko pledges LPGA winnings to Nepal quake relief

Lydia Ko pledges LPGA winnings to Nepal quake relief

World number one Lydia Ko said Wednesday she would donate any LPGA winnings this week to earthquake relief in Nepal.

Lydia Ko downs Morgan Pressel in playoff for Swinging Skirts crown

Lydia Ko downs Morgan Pressel in playoff for Swinging Skirts crown

World number one Lydia Ko birdied the second playoff hole to beat Morgan Pressel on Sunday and win a second straight Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic crown.

Ko, the New Zealand sensation who turned 18 on Friday, earned her first victory as a professional at this event last year.

Canadian teenager Brooke Henderson leads LPGA by one stroke

Canadian teenager Brooke Henderson leads LPGA by one stroke

Canadian teenager Brooke Henderson clung to a one-stroke lead after a poor finish to the third round at the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic in California on Saturday.

Canadian Brooke Henderson upstages birthday girl Lydia Ko to lead Classic

Canadian Brooke Henderson upstages birthday girl Lydia Ko to lead Classic

Canadian Brooke Henderson upstaged fellow teenager and birthday girl Lydia Ko by firing a tournament record seven-under 65 on Friday to take a two-shot lead at the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic.

Lydia Ko back in the Swing of things, leads by one in San Francisco

Lydia Ko back in the Swing of things, leads by one in San Francisco

Lydia Ko fired an opening round five-under-par 67 on Thursday to take a one-stroke lead at the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic, where she recorded her first win as a professional last year.

Korean Kim takes charge as Ko's run ends

Korean Kim takes charge as Ko's run ends

South Korea`s Kim Sei-young spectacularly eagled the par-five 18th to surge into a two-shot lead in the second round of the ANA Inspiration on Friday as Lydia Ko`s record-equalling run came to an end.

Morgan Pressel leads by one, Lydia Ko in contention

Morgan Pressel leads by one, Lydia Ko in contention

Morgan Pressel reaped the benefits of a recent swing change and flourished in favourable afternoon conditions on Thursday to move one stroke clear in the opening round of the ANA Inspiration, the first women`s major of the season.