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Golf Australia Express : Issue 24
LIST THE American Jessica Korda dug deep late in the final round of the Women’s Australian Open earlier this month to claim her maiden pro title. The 18-year-old started the final round with the lead, then gave it away, and then regained her composure to secure the win with a birdie on the second hole of a 6-player playoff. New Zealand’s Lydia Ko created history on January 29, becoming the youngest player to win a pro tournament. At just 14 years and 278 days old, the schoolgirl’s win at the Women’s NSW Open broke the previous record set by Japan’s Ryo Ishikawa in 2007. Ko produced a flawless final round 3-under 69 en route to a 14-under event total and 4-shot win. JESSICA KORDA LYDIA KO WON 2012 WOMEN’S AUSTRALIAN OPEN (ALPG/LPGA/LET) AT 18 YEARS, 11 MONTHS AND 16 DAYS WON 2012 WOMEN’S NSW OPEN (ALPG) AT 14 YEARS, 7 MONTHS AND 5 DAYS