Our latest daily roundup is here as Lydia Ko takes control at the CME Tour Championship.
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Let’s get down to it:
Best of Pro Golf Now From 11/18/16
DP World Tour Championship: Tie at the Top at Race to Dubai Finale (read here): Mike Randleman recapped the action from day two in Dubai as Sergio Garcia and Francesco Molinari hit the front with a share of the 36 hole lead.
Tiger Woods Seen Swinging A TaylorMade Wood (read here): Colin Mieczkowski rounds up all of the details on a recent Tiger spotting involving TaylorMade clubs, and the possibility of Woods joining the TaylorMade stable of golfers upon his return.
Best of Golf Across The Internet From 11/18/16
Lydia Ko fires Friday 62, moves closer to claiming $1 million bonus for third straight year(read here): Lydia Ko hit the front at the LPGA Tour ending CME Tour Championship on Friday, thanks to a round of 62 that included just 22 putts. She leads by three.
Canadian rookie MacKenzie Hughes up by two shots at Sea Island (read here): At the halfway point of the RSM Classic at Sea Island, a surprise name tops the leaderboard in the form of Canada’s MacKenzie Hughes.
Australian Open golf 2016: Leader Geoff Ogilvy keeps low profile as Jordan Spieth lurks (read here): While Adam Scott and Jordan Spieth remain close behind, a 64 from former US Open champion Geoff Ogilvy gives him a two-shot lead at his home open.
Spieth, McIlroy top Drake, other celebs on Forbes’ under 30 list (read here): As Forbes put together their top 30 under 30 list for celebrities, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy figure prominently in the rankings.