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    Korean golfer In Gee Chun has held on to complete a one shot win at the women's PGA Championship in Maryland... the year's third Major

    Korean golfer In Gee Chun has held on to complete a one shot win at the women's PGA Championship in Maryland... the year's third Major


    Despite closing with a final round three over 75 Chun who led through all four rounds, finished finished five under for the tournament, a shot clear of American Lexi Thompson and Aussie Minjee Lee.

    Lydia Ko slumped to a seven over 79 to finish tied for 46th on six over par.

    And Steven Alker is tied for eighth, tow under for the tournament, midway through the final round of the Senior US Open in Pennsylvania

    .GOLF WITH CROWN... TRADE UP TO A NEW CROWN FORKLIFT. SIMPLY THE BEST.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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     08 Aug: South Korea's Joohyung Kim has written his name into the record books with an extraordinary first victory on the PGA Tour in the Wyndham Championship
     06 Aug: Golfer Lydia Ko has carded a one-under par 70 to be two-under overall, 10 strokes off the lead after three rounds of the British Open in Scotland
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