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Highlights from the final round of the CN Canadian Womens Open

One year after becoming the youngest player ever to win an LPGA Tour event, Lydia Ko once again made history at the CN Canadian Women’s Open on Sunday. The 16-year-old amateur from New Zealand became the first amateur to win two LPGA events and the first amateur to successfully defend her title after shooting a final-round 65 to capture a five-shot victory at Royal Mayfair Golf Club in Edmonton.

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Na Yeon Choi wins the 2015 Coates Golf Championship

Na Yeon Choi wins the 2015 Coates Golf Championship

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Ko reacts to becoming Rolex Rankings Number 1

Ko reacts to becoming Rolex Rankings Number 1

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Na Yeon Choi's 66 puts her two off lead after 3rd Round of Coates Golf Championship

Na Yeon Choi's 66 puts her two off lead after 3rd Round of Coates Golf Championship

View Video - Na Yeon Choi's 66 puts her two off lead after 3rd Round of Coates Golf Championship
Ko to start final round with the lead at the Coates Golf Championship

Ko to start final round with the lead at the Coates Golf Championship

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Munoz still in the hunt after round two of the 2015 Coates Golf Championship

Munoz still in the hunt after round two of the 2015 Coates Golf Championship

View Video - Munoz still in the hunt after round two of the 2015 Coates Golf Championship
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