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  •   Home > News > Sports > Golf

    Lydia Ko has a third major win in her sights

    Lydia Ko has a third major win in her sights


    The world number three is tied for second at the women's PGA Championship in Maryland after carding a five under par 67 second round, making six birdies.

    She's five under for the tournament, six shots behind Korean leader In Gee Chun.

    Ko acknowledges she's in a great position, but she says it's hard to win.



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