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    Lydia Ko's looking to capitalise on a brilliant start to the LPGA Tour's marathon classic tomorrow morning

    Lydia Ko's looking to capitalise on a brilliant start to the LPGA Tour's marathon classic tomorrow morning


    The former world number one is tied for the lead with American Danielle Kang on seven-under par.



    Australian Jason Day and American Brendon Todd lead by a shot on five-under par after the first round of the PGA Championship in San Francisco - the first men's golf Major of the year.

    Kiwi Danny Lee is four shots off the pace.

    GOLF WITH CROWN FORKLIFTS. FOR NEAR NEW, EX-LEASE FORKLIFTS...JUST CALL CROWN.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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