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Ko ends Women’s PGA Championship off pace

New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko finished her PGA Championship with a bogey and double bogey
Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko finished her PGA Championship with a bogey and double bogey. PHOTO: LPGA

New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko has finished the third major of the year, the Women’s PGA Championship, in a tie for 46th at nine-over.


The 27-year-old looked to be rescuing her round which started on the back nine, how a bogey on the seventh and double bogey on the eighth put paid to a better finish.


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Initially Ko started with birdie on the 10th hole, but then bogeyed the next two. There was another bogey on the 15th.


However she then birdied the 18thfollowed by three more on consecutive holes to start the front nine.


The fourth round of 73 was equal to the second round for Ko, but a first round 75 put her on the back foot while 76 on day three didn't help her quest for improvement.


Ko ends up with prizemoney of around NZ$62,000 for her efforts.


Korean Amy Yang won the tournament at seven under par by three strokes from a group of three players.

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