Lydia Ko becoming LPGA's queen of selfies

Last updated 14:57 21/07/2014

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Lydia Ko is quickly becoming the queen of the LPGA tour but she is also showing herself to be a bit of a selfie queen - even if she sometimes gets a helping hand.

Following her fourth professional win in the Marathon Classic today, Getty Images snapped an ''imitation seflie'' with her and the trophy.

The photograph was taken looking from the end of Ko's outstretched arm, where a camera would normally be positioned to take a selfie.

A ''selfie'' is when someone takes a photo of themself, or a group of people, usually using a phone's camera.

But it's not as if Ko needed any seflie help.

Her twitter account is full of self snaps, with everything from a selfie with a spoon to a classic fan selfie and a pre-dinner selfie.

Danielle Kang, one of her friends on the LPGA tour, celebrated Ko's victory by tweeting a funny selfie Ko had sent her.

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