LPGA Tour: Nelly Korda beats Lydia Ko in dramatic play-off to win LPGA Drive On Championship | Golf News

Nelly Korda recovered from a final-round collapse to produce a sensational fightback and beat Nelly Korda in a play-off at the LPGA Drive On Championship. Ko went into the final day four strokes behind leader Korda and fell further adrift with an early double-bogey, before charging back into contention at Bradenton Country Club with four…

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LPGA Drive On Championship: Nelly Korda takes four-shot lead over Lydia Ko, Megan Khang and Ayaka Furue | Golf News

Hometown favourite Nelly Korda shot a three under 68 with an eagle-birdie finish Saturday to take a four-shot lead into the final round of the LPGA Drive On Championship Trying to complete a wire-to-wire victory at Bradenton Country Club, Korda rebounded with the late flurry, after making consecutive bogeys on the seventh and eighth, to…

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LPGA Drive On Championship: Nelly Korda and Lydia Ko share the lead after first round at Bradenton Country Club | Golf News

Nelly Korda and Lydia Ko were tied at the top of the leaderboard after the first round of the LPGA Drive On Championship on Thursday. Korda and Ko shot six-under-par 65s at Bradenton Country Club, giving them a one-shot lead over Denmark’s Nanna Koerstz Madsen. Korda, a Bradenton native, is seeking her first LPGA victory…

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Grant Thornton Invitational: Charley Hull and Justin Rose two behind leaders Nelly Korda and Tony Finau | Golf News

Grant Thornton Invitational features 16 mixed teams where a PGA Tour player links up with an LPGA Tour golfer; Watch live coverage of second round on Sky Sports Golf from 7pm on Saturday Last Updated: 08/12/23 10:23pm Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Highlights from the opening day of the Grant…

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Queen’s Club: Cameron Norrie’s bid for maiden grass-court title ended by Sebastian Korda

Cameron Norrie’s bid for a first grass-court title was ended by Sebastian Korda in the quarter-finals of the cinch Championship at Queen’s Club. The British No 1, seeded five, was beaten 6-4 7-6 (7-1) by American Korda, the world No 32. His defeat means there will be no British interest, in singles or doubles, going…

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