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PGA Golf News (Yahoo! Sports) - 08/01/15
LONDON, Aug 1 (Reuters) - South Korean Ko Jin-young and Teresa Lu of Taiwan shared the lead after the third round of the Women's British Open at Turnberry on Saturday. Both players carded three-under-par 69s to finish level on 208, eight under, one ahead of overnight leader Suzann Pettersen of Norway (72). Japan's Mika Miyazato was in fourth place at the Scottish links course on 210, one ahead of world number one Park In-bee (69) of South Korea, second-ranked Lydia Ko (72) of New Zealand and Australian Minjee Lee (70). ...
Pontus Widegren of Sweden will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the Madeira Islands Open, and hope of a first win on the European Tour. Tied for second were Scott Henry of Scotland and Roope Kakko of Finland. Henry enjoyed a flawless round of 65 with seven birdies, and Kakko finished his round of 64 with three straight birdies.
Marc Warren of Scotland holed an approach shot from 59 yards for eagle on the 19th to beat Tyrrell Hatton in an action-packed quarterfinal at the Paul Lawrie Match Play on Saturday. Warren was 3 down after five holes and needed on-course treatment by the European Tour physio for a back problem. Hatton chipped in for birdie on No. 18 to take the match to extra holes.
Jin-Young Ko, a 20-year-old South Korean with no links experience and playing in her first major championship, shot a 3-under 69 on Saturday to share the lead with Taiwan's Teresa Lu heading into the final round at Turnberry. Ko's story is all the more remarkable considering she met her temporary caddie for the week - a locally born, 27-year-old digital advertiser called Jeff Brighton - for the first time on Tuesday. Lydia Ko, the No. 2-ranked golfer looking to become the youngest winner of a major at 18, started the third round in a four-way tie for second place, alongside her namesake on 5 under.
Aug 1 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the European Tour Paul Lawrie Match Play Quarterfinal on Saturday in Aberdeen Robert Karlsson (Sweden) beat Richie Ramsay (Britain) by 1 hole David Howell (Britain) beat Chris Wood (Britain) 5 and 4 Marc Warren (Britain) beat Tyrrell Hatton (Britain) at hole 19 Kiradech Aphibarnrat (Thailand) beat Michael Hoey (Britain) 2 and 1