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Lydia Ko hits her tee shot on the 2nd hole during the HSBC Women's World Championship at Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore. (Photo by Lionel Ng/Getty Images)

Freak Eagle Grants Ko Momentum for Final Day in Singapore

A freakish eagle on the 18th hole has helped Lydia Ko move into the final day of the HSBC Women's World Championship with momentum...
Lydia Ko 2021, day 2 Singapore

Lydia Ko Survives Singapore’s Humidity to Stay in Touch

Lydia Ko has survived the humid Singapore conditions, including an early afternoon rain shower that made it hotter, to position herself perfectly going into...
Lydia Ko takes time out to support Sentosa Golf Club’s environmental sustainability efforts (Getty Images)

Lydia Ko Five Back From Lead After Opening Day in Singapore

New Zealand's Lydia Ko got off to a great start at the Sentosa Golf Course in Singapore early on Thursday with four birdies and...
Auckland's Successful Women's Interprovincial Team (NZ Golf) Gender Equality

New Zealand Leading the World in Gender Balance of Sports Coverage

A major new study released today into the gender balance of coverage and reporting of women’s sport in New Zealand has found women’s sport...

Council Proposal: Springfield Golf Club Set to be Destroyed, Replaced by Soccer Fields and...

A local Rotorua golf club would be destroyed and replaced by a mixture of soccer fields and urban housing if a local government plan...
Lydia Ko on the driving range at Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore (Instagram)

Lydia Ko Riding the Momentum Wave Heading into Two-Week Asia Swing

Lydia Ko continues to ride off the high of her win in Hawaii at the Lotte Championship just two weeks ago as she starts...
Sung Hyun Park

Lydia Ko Joins Worlds Best in Singapore

Lydia Ko will join World number one Jin Young Ko and number two Inbee Park in the field as international golf returns to the...
Anahila Kanongata'a-Suisuiki, ISPS Handa Patron Tony Abbott, ISPS Handa Ambassadors Dan Carter, Richie McCaw, Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson, Halberg Chief Executive Shelley McMeeken, Disability Rights Commissioner Paula Tesoriero, Halberg Youth Councillors Thomas Chin and Guy Harrison and Eric Murray at the Halberg Games

Golfers Join Hundreds at Opening of Halberg Games

Golf will be one of the 20 sports played at the rescheduled 2021 Halberg Games across this ANZAC Day weekend. ISPS Handa Ambassadors Richie McCaw...
Lydia Ko victory in Hawaii

Lydia Ko Goes From Victory to Disaster

Lydia Ko has followed up her impressive seven-shot victory in Hawaii last weekend with a disastrous first round of 7-over at the Hugel Air...
Juniors at Mount Maunganui Club (Supplied)

Golf NZ Joins Collective Stand on Youth Sport

Golf New Zealand has joined another 14 national sporting bodies in backing the Balance is Better Statement of Intent for youth sport. First announced in...