New Zealand teenager Lydia Ko has said she is comfortable in the role of a female sporting icon after becoming golf’s youngest ever world No 1, AFP reports. Seventeen-year-old Ko, who smashed Tiger Woods’ record of reaching the top ranking when he was 21, said comments from aspiring golfers drove her to become a better...
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