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    Lydia Ko's put herself in a good position for a top-10 finish at the latest LPGA event in Georgia

    Lydia Ko's put herself in a good position for a top-10 finish at the latest LPGA event in Georgia


    The kiwi golfer has carded a four-under 68 to move to seven-under for the tournament and in a share of ninth.

    American Ally McDonald leads by a shot at 13-under.

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