World No.1 Lydia Ko was hitting the ball so poorly on the driving range that she decided to pack it all in
Young trio look to dominate NZ Open field
Ko, as has become her custom, set another swag of records today in holding off Korean Amy Yang by two shots to win on the fabled Royal Melbourne Composite Course.
The top four heading into weekend battle have a combined age of just 76 and the oldest just 22.
So joked the Korean 26-year-old after a blemish-free 68 left her at five under and a one-shot leader from boom Thai teenager Ariya Jutanugarn, with world No.1 Lydia Ko a shot further back in a tie for third.
Defending champion Paula Creamer will return to the scene of the defining moment of her 2014 tour in a fortnight's time, confident that she has the ability to repeat the heroics of last year. photo Getty Images
The 18-year-old Victorian signalled her arrival as a world class player by capturing her first title at RACV Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast in only her second tournament as a professional.
A winner on the LET at the Helsingborg Open in 2013, Artis will take a three shot advantage into the third round at the RACV Royal Pines Resort
Breaking world records is familiar territory for the 17-year-old from Auckland, New Zealand, with ‘youngest person ever to win a professional golf tour event.
ALL-STAR LINE UP SET TO MAKE 2015 HSBC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONS TRUE FESTIVAL OF SPORT
The World No.5 wasted no time in breaking free from a tight leader board overnight to open up a convincing lead after round two in the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters on Thursday.
Singapore's sport fans are in for yet another treat early next year following the announcement that defending champion Paula Creamer will be returning in March to defend her title at the 2015 HSBC Women's Champions.
Top Chinese Taipei amateur Cheng Ssu-Chia, 17, won the inaugural Xiamen Open on her Ladies European Tour debut when she fired a final round 68 in hot and sunny conditions at Orient (Xiamen) Golf and Country Club in China.
England's Charley Hull has the chance to become the youngest ever winner of the Ladies European Tour's order of merit after her runner-up finish in Sanya, China, last week.
China's rising star Xi Yu Lin gave a dominant performance on the back nine of Yalong Bay Golf Club to earn a commanding five stroke victory at the Sanya Ladies Open in tropical Hainan, China.
Lin Tzu-Chi of Chinese Taipei fired a six-under-par 66 to emerge from a packed leader board after the first round of the Sanya Ladies Open in tropical Hainan, China.