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PGA Golf News (Yahoo! Sports) - 09/01/16
Ariya Jutanugarn is trying to complete another hat trick - and she's giving a misbehaving old friend another chance. Jutanugarn said she will use a driver in the LPGA Manulife Classic, the first time she has put the wild, but long club in play since winning the Kingsmill Championship in May for the second of third straight victories. Hammering 2-iron and 3-wood on the driving holes, she started another streak at the Women's British Open, then rebounded from a knee injury that forced her to withdraw during the Rio Olympics to run away with the Canadian Pacific Women's Open last week in Alberta.
The LPGA Tour concludes its Canadian swing this week with a stop in Cambridge, Ontario, for the Manulife LPGA Classic. Lydia Ko (New Zealand) and Ariya Jutanugarn (Thailand), the first and second ranked players in the world, respectively, headline the field. Jutanugarn arrives at the Whistle Bear Golf Club seeking her sixth win of the season and third in succession.
For the last five years, the top rules experts in golf have come together from around the world to study a jigsaw puzzle. ''Everyone wants the game to be simple, but it's a complex game,'' Pagel, the USGA's senior director of rules, said in an interview at the Olympics. Pagel declined to give a timetable, though USGA executive director Mike Davis said it could be released next year.