Three Otago youngsters are taking on the best the Australians
can throw at them over the next week.
Two Otago players have been named in a New Zealand selection
team to play China B in Auckland early next month.
Ariya Jutanugarn posted a second successive LPGA victory when
she edged Australian Su Oh by one stroke at the Kingsmill
Championship in Virginia on Sunday.
Otago Blue came within 1.5 points of pennant leader St Clair
by beating Island Park 4.5-1.5 in almost unplayable
conditions at Balmacewen yesterday.
Lydia Ko has made a slow return to the LPGA tour with a two
over 73 to start the Kingsmill Championship.
Jason Day's wire-to-wire four-stroke victory at the Players
Championship earned accolades from his fellow competitors,
but some perspective as well.
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