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The Kid’s Are Alright
Due to their recent heroics teenagers Ariya Jutanugarn and Lydia Ko continued making gains in the women's world golf rankings.
Jutanugarn, a 17-year-old from Thailand, suffered a triple-bogey 8 on the final hole Sunday and finished in second at the Honda LPGA Thailand tournament. That allows her to jump 109 spots to No. 62 in the rankings.
Ko, a 15-year-old from New Zealand, over the last three weeks won the New Zealand Women's Open, was third the Women's Australian Open and tied for 14th in Thailand. Those results move her from 38 to No. 25 in the rankings.
The pair of pre-twenty’s have the opportunity to improve on their ranking at this weekend’s HSBC Women's Champions in Singapore. They’ll be joined by 61 of the world’s leading female golfers in the world for ‘Asia’s Open’ where World No.1 Yani Tseng and defending champion Angela Stanford, amongst others, will be battling to show the who’s boss.