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    Lydia Ko's new swing coach insists the former world number one women's golfer is on the right track despite her poor start to the 2020 season

    Lydia Ko's new swing coach insists the former world number one women's golfer is on the right track despite her poor start to the 2020 season


    The now world number 46 ranked Kiwi missed the cut at the Australian Open last week and won't play again until late next month in Arizona after the Asian swing was canned due to the coronavirus.

    Jorge Parada started working with Ko late last season, the Kiwi's fifth swing coach since turning pro.

    He says they are making progress.



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