NO STOPPING LYDIA KO
t’s rather amazing when you start running out of things to say about a super-achiever before they have reached their 19th birthday. Yet, that’s getting to be the case with Lydia Ko. It’s a reiteration to say the South Korean-born New Zealander plays with the poise of a seasoned pro, but that was exactly the case when she won her second straight major championship in the ANA Inspiration at Rancho Mirage in California. A kick-in birdie on the nal hole gave her a one-stroke win over Charley Hull and In Gee Chun at 12-under-par 276. Ko played her last 41 holes without a bogey as she won her 12th LPGA title.