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  •   Home > News > Sports > Golf

    Golfer Lydia Ko's up to number three in the world, her highest ranking in four-and-a-half years

    Golfer Lydia Ko's up to number three in the world, her highest ranking in four-and-a-half years


    She sits behind Nelly Korda and Jin Young Ko, moving up one spot over Inbee Park despite the LPGA Tour being in recess.

    Ko started the year ranked 29th - at one point since June 2017 she fell as low as 55.

    GOLF WITH CROWN FORKLIFTS...THERE'S NOTHING LIKE A NEW CROWN. SIMPLY THE BEST

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     18 May: Golfer Ryan Fox will have a morning tee off in the first round of the PGA Championship in Oklahoma on Friday
     17 May: Tiger Woods believes he has a genuine chance to contend at this week's PGA Championship in Oklahoma
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     16 May: Overnight leader Ryan Fox has finished in a tie for second, two strokes behind the winner, at the latest European Tour golf event in Belgium - he earns 276 thousand dollars for his effort
     15 May: Ryan Fox will play from in front, in the final round of the European Tour's latest event, overnight in Belgium
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