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Golf | Women`s Golf

S. Korean women on tee to drive for golf gold
As golf returns to the Olympics after more than a century, South Korea's women golfers are targeting a medal sweep and the start of a golden dynasty to match their archery compatriots. Read full article
Ariya credits past lessons for Open win
Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn credited the lessons learned from her experiences over the past year as a key factor in helping her to Sunday's historic title at the Women's British Open. Read full article
Ariya becomes first Thai to land a major
Ariya Jutanugarn banished the memories of a late collapse earlier this year as she became the first Thai golfer to win a major championship by taking the Ricoh Women's British Open title on Sunday. Read full article
Thai starlet thunders to Open lead
Ariya Jutanugarn is a thunderous hitter and she powered her way to the top of the leaderboard with a third-round 66 in the Women’s British Open on Saturday. Read full article
Henderson says rise to second 'surreal'
Not long ago Brooke Henderson was simply trying to make ends meet as a rookie on the LPGA Tour but fast forward 18 months and she is breathing down the neck of Lydia Ko at the top of the world rankings Read full article
Ko not staying at Olympic Village
Lydia Ko says she is "super excited" at the prospect of competing in her first Olympics next month although the women's world No 1 has decided against living at the Games village in Rio de Janeiro. Read full article
Mirim keeps British Open lead
Lee Mirim couldn't match her great golf of the first round, but a 71 was still good enough to hold the halfway lead on 11 under par 133 at the Women's British Open at Woburn on Friday. Read full article
Hull eclipsing world No 1 Ko
British No 1 Charley Hull looked like the 'Pied Piper of Woburn' as she treated her fans to another sparkling exhibition of golf to move into contention at the Ricoh Women's British Open on Friday. Read full article
Lee Mirim enjoys perfect start to British Open
South Korea's Lee Mirim admitted that "everything was perfect" after she shot a course record ten under par 62 to lead the first round of the Women’s British Open on Thursday. Read full article
Woburn not long enough for Piller
World number 15 Gerina Piller was disappointed not to make full use of her extra length off the tee as the American slid to a 73 in the Ricoh Women's British Open first round on Thursday. Read full article
SA trio set for Woburn test
Ashleigh Simon will join a bevy of world stars, including her Olympic Games teammate Paula Reto and compatriot Lee-Anne Pace at the Ricoh Women’s British Open in England on Thursday. Read full article
Pak ready for new role as coach in Rio
Pak Se-ri is set to bring the curtain down on a career that brought her five majors, 39 victories worldwide and almost $13 million in prize money. Read full article
Women's Open set for latest Ko-Henderson battle
Lydia Ko and Brooke Henderson - ranked No 1 and two in the world - are two teenagers enjoying the time of their lives in women's golf ahead of the Women's British Open on Thursday. Read full article
US capture LPGA International Crown
Cristie Kerr birdied the par-5 16th hole to give the United States the title-clinching victory on Sunday at the LPGA International Crown team matches, edging South Korea by a point. Read full article
South Korea, Japan advance at LPGA International Crown
South Korea wrapped up two rain-disrupted victories over Australia and Japan won a three-team playoff to join England, Taiwan and the United States in the final singles phase. Read full article
England, USA, advance in LPGA Crown
With Charley Hull back in action on Saturday, England cruised into the final singles matches along with the United States and Taiwan at the LPGA's International Crown team event. Read full article
Park In-Bee to miss British Open defence
South Korean Park In-Bee announced on Friday that she won't defend her Women's British Open title next week because of a nagging left thumb injury. Read full article
USA, Australia, bounce back
The United States and Australia bounced back from opening day shutouts but Taiwan and England still topped the pools after Friday's second day of the LPGA International Crown team event. Read full article
England, Taiwan off to perfect starts
Charley Hull finished eagle-birdie and Holly Clyburn closed with a match-winning birdie as England stunned the United States with two four-ball triumphs onThursday to open the LPGA International Crown. Read full article
S Koreans favoured to capture LPGA Crown
South Korea, boasting four of the world's 12 top-ranked players all bound for the Rio Olympics, will be favoured when the LPGA International Crown starts on Thursday at Merit Club. Read full article
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