Golf

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Ko shot a 5 under par 67 to take the lead at day's end, but her day could've been even better.

Lydia Ko excels in second day of NZ Women's Open

Ko shot a 5 under par 67 to take the lead at day's end, but her day could've been even better.

Sung Kang of Korea interacts with media during a press conference following his second round of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am at the Monterey Peninsula Country Club.

Korean Kang flirts with a 59 to share Pebble Beach lead

The quiet achiever stunned many after the second day, while big names continued to struggle on the green.

Danny Lee

Danny Lee in contention after two rounds at Pebble Beach PGA

Lee sits at six-under and trails joint leaders Sung Kang of South Korea and Japan's Hiroshi Iwata.

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Despite a slow start it didn't stop the massive crowds watching her every move at the Clearwater.

Kiwi golfing champion Lydia Ko off to a shaky start at NZ Open

Despite a slow start it didn't stop the massive crowds watching her every move at the Clearwater.

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The world number one ranked women’s golfer is -1 under par.

Lydia Ko tied for twelfth at NZ Women's Open after twelve holes

The world number one ranked women’s golfer is -1 under par.

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Dagg returned to the golf course after shoulder surgery to play a round with Ko.

Lydia Ko gives Israel Dagg some handy tips on the golf course

Dagg returned to the golf course after shoulder surgery to play a round with Ko.

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Kiwi golfing sensation Lydia Ko keen to defend her NZ Open title

Ko tees up for her annual visit to Clearwater on Friday, looking to win her home event for the third time.

Rob Waddell and Lydia Ko

Lydia Ko makes more history with Lonsdale Cup honour

It's the first time in the 54-year history of the award that the cup has gone to a New Zealand golfer.

Danny Lee

Danny Lee takes Phoenix Open lead in front of record crowd

"This week, I have been driving it really nicely," said the Kiwi.

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The Kiwi golf sensation reached the No 1 ranking and claimed her first major in 2015.

Lydia Ko poised to strike at her first LPGA event of 2016

The 18-year-old Kiwi's incredible 2015 form is carrying over into the new year.

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A robot named after Tiger Woods proves it can play almost just as good as the real thing.

'Eldrick' the Robot learns golf and hits amazing hole-in-one with his fifth shot - but where's the emotion?

A robot pulls off a feat even his namesake couldn't manage - then leaves it to his playing companions to celebrate.

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The Kiwi golf sensation reached the No 1 ranking and claimed her first major in 2015.

Lydia Ko to monitor Zika virus threat ahead of Rio Olympics

New Zealand's Lydia Ko will continue to monitor news of the mosquito-borne Zika virus sweeping across South America.

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In 1997 Tiger hit one of the shots of his career, sending the crowd at the 16th hole crazy.

Back in the Day: Tiger Woods goes bonkers after hitting THAT hole-in-one at Phoenix

In 1997 Tiger hit one of the shots of his career, sparking wild scenes at the 16th hole.

Amateur leaves big names in his wake in Abu Dhabi

"Golfing scientist" leads superstars McIlroy, Spieth and others in Abu Dhabi.

Brandt Snedeker

Snedeker sets early pace in second round at Waialae

After showing impressive form last week, Snedeker has gone on to produce a short game master class in Hawaii.

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The Irishman led Team Europe to victory after an American Collapse.

Irish golfer Christy O'Connor Jr dies at 67

The crowning moment of O'Connor's career came at the Ryder Cup at The Belfry in 1989.

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The Keh sisters are all hoping to follow in the footsteps of Kiwi star Lydia Ko.

Three Kiwi sisters looking to make the golfing world stage

The Keh sisters are all hoping to follow in the footsteps of Kiwi star Lydia Ko.

2015 Flashback: Daniel Vettori's catch of the Cricket World Cup

"As cool and as calm as you like", Daniel Vettori's catch against the West Indies in this year's Cricket World Cup was a standout highlight.

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The world's  number one golfer had a pretty good crack at imitating Adam Sandler's character.

Jordan Spieth goes all out with his Happy Gilmore impression at pro-am

The world's number one golfer had a pretty good crack at imitating Adam Sandler's character.

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Jordan Spieth got off to a fast start at the Hero World Challenge golf tournament in the Bahamas

Spectacular Spieth shows class with hole-in-one special

This is how you start a round! The world's best player made an eye-popping start in the Bahamas.

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In a revealing pressing conference, Tiger Woods confirms that he doesn't no when he will make his comeback.

'Daddy made some mistakes' -Tiger Woods fears for his kids in internet age

The champion golfer knows he needs to tell his two kids why his marriage broke up soon.

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The new Australian Open champion once received some expert advice from another Aussie golfing legend.

1987 footage resurfaces of new Aussie Open champ meeting his hero Greg Norman and Steve Williams

After hitting a hole-in-one in 1987, six-year-old Matt Jones got to meet Greg Norman.

Weary Adam Scott struggles at Austalian Open

Adam Scott admitted to being mentally spent after his Australian Open push stalled with a rare birdie-free round today.

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A bogey on the final hole didn't matter for Lydia Ko as she banked another big cheque at the LPGA Tour Championship.

Tears of joy for Lydia Ko after disappointing final round

A bogey on the final hole didn't matter for Lydia Ko as she banked NZ$1.53 million at the LPGA Tour Championship.

Lydia Ko secures huge bonus as Player of the Year

The 18 year-old World No.1 has only beaten off Inbee Park for the Tour bonus by a matter of strokes.

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The 18 year-old is two shots off the pace in Florida for the season ending LPGA event.

Lydia Ko in touching distance of lucrative tour payday

The 18 year-old is two shots off the pace in Florida for the season ending LPGA event.

Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko stumbles late in LPGA

World No.1 Lydia Ko of New Zealand stumbled late to leave South Korea's Jang Ha-Na atop the leaderboard after the second round of the LPGA Tour Championship.

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The young Kiwi golfer is positioned to win millions if she comes out top of the CME Group Tour Championship.

Lydia Ko on the verge of a casual $2.3 million

The young Kiwi golfer is positioned to win millions if she comes out top of the CME Group Tour Championship.

Lydia Ko sitting pretty at Tour Championship

New Zealand teenager Lydia Ko is two shots ahead of her main rival Inbee Park.

Inbee Park and Lydia Ko

Inbee Park, Lydia Ko square off for LPGA's biggest prizes

Without question, it's a rivalry. Inbee Park and Lydia Ko are just choosing not to make it a heated one.

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