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Ko shoots 69, sits 3 back in New Zealand

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (AP) Top-ranked Lydia Ko shot a 3-under 69 on Friday and was three shots off the lead and in a tie for fifth place after the first round of the New Zealand Women's Open.

The 18-year-old South Korean-born New Zealander, defending her national title, sank a 20-foot put on the 18th hole for the fifth birdie of an opening round which also included two bogeys and left her within reach of the lead held by Norway's Nicole Broch Larsen at Clearwater Golf Club. Read More...

Schwartzel surges in stormy South Africa

PRETORIA, South Africa (AP) Charl Schwartzel made a charge up the leaderboard at the Tshwane Open, going 6 under through 17 holes of his second round before bad weather brought players off the course on Friday.

Schwartzel had four birdies and an eagle to move to 5 under overall and two shots behind clubhouse leader and South African compatriot Anthony Michael. Read More...

Rose, Timberlake make good impression

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am can be a tough place for a player to make his debut because of three courses that are different except for the views along the California coast. Justin Rose managed to play Pebble Beach and Monterey Peninsula ahead of the opening round.

He started on Spyglass Hill and had regrets about not playing it earlier. Read More...

16th at Phoenix: Golf's rowdiest hole

SCOTTDALE, Ariz. (AP) John Huh studied the shot from every angle before crouching behind his ball for a last look.

"It doesn't break!" a fan yelled from the bleachers. Read More...

Euro Tour hails new Pace of Play policy

(AP) -- The European Tour has made a fast start in its effort to combat slow play.

The revised Pace of Play policy, introduced before the Abu Dhabi Championship last month, has helped to reduce average round times and may result in an increased size of fields for tournaments, the tour said on Thursday. Read More...

Caddies lose suit against PGA over bibs

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) Caddies lost their class-action lawsuit against the PGA Tour when a federal judge in California ruled they signed a contract with the tour that requires them to wear bibs as part of their uniform and cannot claim that corporate sponsorship on the bibs makes them human billboards.

U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria dismissed the lawsuit Tuesday night with prejudice, which typically means it cannot be refiled. Read More...

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