|Ko tightens grip on No. 1 world ranking
Lydia Ko went on to outlast Amy Yang and win by two shots at last week's ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open, and the 17-year-old from New Zealand tightened her stronghold on the No. 1 ranking in the world.
|O'Sullivan becomes youngest Symetra Tour winner
Hannah O'Sullivan, a 16-year-old amateur, closed with a 3-under 69 on Sunday to win the Gateway Classic, the Symetra Tour season-opener.
|Oh skyrockets up women's world rankings
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - Su-Hyun Oh earned her first professional victory on Sunday and that helped her skyrocket up the world rankings.
|Oh wins LET season opener in Australia
Su-Hyun Oh fired a 4-under 69 in the final round Sunday to rally and win the RACV Ladies Masters.
|Sorenstam, Davies among first female R&A members
Annika Sorenstam and Laura Davies are among seven women that have accepted invitations to become female members of The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews.
|Kim up to No. 23, Ko remains No. 1 in world rankings
Sei Young Kim defeated Sun Young Yoo and Ariya Jutanugarn in a playoff to win the Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic on Sunday, vaulting her 17 spots to No. 23 in the world rankings, while Lydia Ko was able to hang on to her No. 1 ranking after finishing tied for seventh.
|Golf Tidbits: Ko's meteoric rise to No. 1
Lydia Ko's ascension to the top spot in the Women's World Golf Rankings is both remarkable and confounding at the same times.
|Ko becomes youngest ever world No. 1
Lydia Ko failed to hang on to win the Coates Golf Championship on Sunday, but with her tie for second place, Ko earned enough points to become the new No. 1 in this week's women's world golf rankings.
|Ko jumps Lewis into No. 2 spot in world rankings
Despite not playing last week, 17-year- old Lydia Ko jumped Stacy Lewis and is No. 2 in this week's world rankings.
|Top amateur Henderson turns pro
Brooke Henderson, the top-ranked amateur female golfer in the world, has turned pro.