New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko will be giving just over $8000 to
the Nepal earthquake fund after finishing in a tie for 41st
at the LPGA Tour's North Texas Open.
Otago Gold beat Chisholm Park 4 to 1 at Balmacewen on
Saturday to open up a commanding lead after the third round
of the men's metropolitan senior A pennant series.
New Zealand golfer Michael Campbell is set to retire from
professional golf, saying he no longer has the motivation to
World No.1 Lydia Ko has had a horror three-hole stretch on
the back nine, including hitting a ball up a tree, to card a
four-over 75 on the opening day of the LPGA event in Texas.
New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko has pledged to donate all her
prize money from this week's LPGA tournament to the relief
effort in quake-hit Nepal.
Lydia Ko has extended her lead at the top of the world
rankings as she defended her Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic
title in San Francisco in a playoff today.
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