Lydia Ko has raised expectations with her play
As she stood in the fairway Sunday in Australia, grimacing in concentration, you could imagine Lydia Ko having the same look staring at an equation on a blackboard in a classroom. Instead, she was competing for the first LPGA title of 2013, even though she is not yet a member of the tour or a pro golfer.
Ko chastised herself after her "bad" score of 76 on the last day of the Australian Open. She started the final round tied for the lead, double-bogeyed the first hole, but fought ...
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