Golf

Golfing great Karrie Webb has missed the cut, while Korea’s Jin Young Ko isn’t getting strung out at the prosect of a wire-to-wire Australian Open win. Ko will take a three-shot buffer into the third round at Adelaide’s Kooyonga Golf Club after keeping her overnight lead on Friday with a composed three-under-par. Ko is 10
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Former world No.1 Lydia Ko knows she’s getting bagged for swinging changes almost as much as her golf clubs. The New Zealander carded a four-under-par 68 in Thursday’s opening round of the Australian Open in Adelaide, three shots behind South Korea’s pacesetter Jin Young Ko. Another South Korean, Jiyai Shin, is outright second at five
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Six-time PGA Tour winner Bill Haas was injured in a multi-car crash in Pacific Palisades, California, on Tuesday night that left one person dead. Haas’ father, Jay Haas, told the Golf Channel on Wednesday morning that the golfer was released from an area hospital with no broken bones, but he has some pain and swelling
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Karrie Webb says it’s time to choose life over golf. But given her time over, she isn’t sure she would have chosen golf to start with. Such is the burst of growth in other women’s sports in Australia, Webb says golf risks getting left behind. “When I was 11, I told my parents that I
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