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Lydia Ko's bunker blues

New Zealand's Lydia Ko smiles for the crowd during her final round at the Women's British Open at Turnberry.

WATCH: The bunker shot that undid Lydia Ko at the British Open.

Lee fourth at PGA Tour event

There's no end in sight to Danny Lee's rich run of form on the PGA Tour, with the Kiwi golfer fourth in Virginia.

Kiwi golfer's standout year continues as he claims a fourth place finish at the Quicken Loans National in Virginia.

Fox surges back to a top 10 finish

Ryan Fox's consistent game has earned the New Zealander another top 10 finish at the Madeira Islands Open.

Final round 65 sees consistent Kiwi golfer post another another strong result as he pushes for a full tour card.

Lee four shots back

Danny Lee, right, shares a joke with South Korea's KJ Choi at the Quicken Loans National.

Danny Lee has work to do to claim second PGA Tour title at Quicken Loans National in Virginia.

Tiger slips back in Virginia

Tiger Woods watches his drive from the tee on the 12th hole in the third round of the Quicken Loans National.

Troy Merritt and Kevin Chappell share one-shot lead after third round of Quicken Loans National.

Rollercoaster round but Lydia Ko still in contention

Lydia Ko carded five birdies, three bogeys and a double-bogey to sit three shots off the lead after the third round of the Women's British Open.

There's a Ko at the top of the leaderboard at the Women's British Open but it's not Lydia Ko.

Danny Lee in contention in Virginia

Kiwi golfer Danny Lee was in fine form at the Quicken Loans National in Virginia, shooting a four-under 67.

Kiwi golfer tied for fifth and in with a good shot of staying in the hunt at the PGA Tour's Quicken Loans National in Virginia.

Golfer makes cut, police find father

Billy Hurley III sank a four-footer to par his final hole and make the cut at the Quicken Loans National in Virginia.

Billy Hurley III makes cut in Gainesville, then learns his father's been found - watching him play golf on a library computer.

Classy Woods soars into contention

Tiger Woods tees off on the 16th hole in the second round of the Quicken Loans National in Gainesville.

World No 266 shoots his lowest round of the year in relation to par at the Quicken Loans National in Virginia.

Veteran Waite tied for second

New Zealand golfer Grant Waite is three-shots off the lead held by American Tom Lehman in Blaine, Washington.

Kiwi golfer is in a three-way tie for second at the $1.75m 3M Championship in Blaine, Washington.

Up-and-down second round for Ko at Turnberry

Lydia Ko carded five bogeys and four birdies in a one-over 73 in the second round at the Women's British Open.

Kiwi Lydia Ko experienced an up-and-down round on a wet and windy day at the Women's British Open.

Norquay: Is Ko tribute too soon? gallery

Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko hits a shot during her six-under 66 opening round at the Women's British Open at Turnberry.

OPINION: Lydia Ko is only 18, yet she's already had a street named after her. Is it too soon for such an honour?

Ko Lane pops up in East Auckland

Lydia Ko is to be honoured with a road named after her in Auckland.

A street has been named after golf superstar Lydia Ko in East Auckland.

Trump: 'I am the No 1' show

US Presidential candidate Donald Trump hogs the limelight at Turnberry on the first day of the British Open.

American billionaire overshadows first day of Women's British Open at Turnberry with attention-seeking comments.

Lydia Ko scorches early at Women's British Open

Lydia Ko carded her best round at a major championship, a six-under 66, to be one shot off the lead early in the first round at the Women's British Open.

Kiwi teen makes stellar start to major championship at Turnberry in Scotland, lying second after opening round.

Fox shoots 65 to lie third

New Zealand golfer Ryan Fox is in the best form of his blossoming career.

NZ golfer's hot streak continues in Europe with birdie blitz in round one of the Madeira Islands Open.

Ko excited about Olympics

Lydia Ko chips onto the green during the pro-am ahead of the British Open on the Ailsa Course at Turnberry.

If Kiwi golfer stays true to her word, next year's Rio Olympics will be the first of a possible three Games appearances before she retires.

Physio tip: Stretch your way to a better swing gallery

These simple stretches for hip rotation could improve your golf swing.

These simple stretches for hip rotation could improve your golf swing.

Golf psychology: Taking risky shots

Phil 'the thrill' Mickelson is known for his risky style.

Are you someone who likes to take risks in life? Read on to find out how that can manifest itself on the golf course.

Review: Odyssey Works putter

The Fusion RX  insert reduces skidding and gets the ball into a pure roll faster.

According to Odyssey, its new putter, the Odyssey Works, takes what has been the best-selling, best feeling and most trusted insert and adds extreme roll.

McIlroy pulls out of WGC event

World No 1 Rory McIlroy has not recovered form his ankle injury in time to defend his Bridgestone Invitational title.

Fears about injured world No 1's participation in PGA Championship increase after he withdraws from Bridgestone Invitational.

More to Women's British Open than Trump issue

World No 1 Inbee Park will attempt to complete the career slam at this week's Women's British Open.

The story lines ahead of the Women's British Open at Turnberry, Scotland, are abundant and compelling.

Review: Nike Vapor Flex driver

The Vapor Flex,  features a new FlexFlight adjustability system.

The Vapor Flex, features a new FlexFlight adjustability system.

Ko keen to avoid pot bunkers at Turnberry

Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko, chasing her first major, will get another shot at history when she tees off at the Women's British Open in Scotland on Thursday night.

Kiwi world No 2 says keeping the ball on the fairways will be key to success at British Open.

Teen claims top title

Rising Waikato star Brooke Hamilton sunk a clutch putt to win a tournament in the US.

Rising Waikato star Brooke Hamilton sunk a clutch putt to win a tournament in the US.

Age no major obstacle for Ko

Lydia Ko will attempt to end her major drought at the Ricoh Women's British Open, which starts on Thursday.

Golf careers start much younger these days, and so does the level of expectations, as Kiwi teen has discovered.

Serial pooper the curse of Norwegian golfers

At Stavanger this shot could go in, and the golfer would still be in the poo.

Norwegian Woods? No, a golf hole will do.

Woods staying positive

Tiger Woods must win at this week's Quicken Loans National to earn a place at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.

Time fast running out for 14-time major winner to salvage "frustrating" PGA Tour season, but things "starting to come together".

Poulter cold with putter

Ian Poulter work on his putting with his father Terry ahead of this year's British Open at St Andrews.

Less than three years after his putter inspired 'miracle' Ryder Cup win, Englishman says touch on the greens has deserted him.

Trump's Turnberry a major turnoff

American Lizette Salas, the daughter of Mexican immigrants, has the flags of Mexico and America on her bag and is a contender to win the Women's British Open at Donald Trump's course this week.

OPINION: There's every reason to cheer on one of Lydia Ko's rivals at the Women's British Open this week.

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