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China's Feng Shanshan seized the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia lead as golfers finished the rain-interrupted third round on Sunday, but world number one Lydia Ko moved to within striking distance.
 
Tom Pernice Jr. had four straight birdies and shot an 8-under 64 on Saturday for a share of the PowerShares QQQ Championship lead with fellow former UCLA player Brandt Jobe.
 
Golf: Ko finds groove but rain douses play in Malaysia
World number one Lydia Ko posted her best round on Saturday but remained a few strokes off the leaders after a rain-interrupted day three at the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia.
 
Golf: Boom! McIlroy's new driver blows Bubba away
Super-long hitter Rory McIlroy put a new driver in his bag Thursday, and the bad news for everyone else is that he can blast it even further off the tee.
 
Minjee Lee got up-and-down one last time at Jian Lake on Sunday to win the Blue Bay LPGA for her second victory of the year and third in 17 months.
 
Jessica Korda made up seven strokes on Minjee Lee on Saturday for a share of the Blue Bay LPGA lead. Ariya Jutanugarn made up even more ground to get into the final group Sunday at Jian Lake.
 
Minjee Lee birdied the final three holes for a 7-under 65 and a two-stroke lead Thursday in the Blue Bay LPGA, playing in perfect conditions two days after Typhoon Sarika hit the resort.
 
Steele rallies to win PGA Tour season opener
Right when Brendan Steele thought he might have a chance to win at Silverado, all he could think about was how he lost.
 
Thialand's Pavit Tangkamolprasert won the Macau Open in a playoff Sunday after India's Anirban Lahiri birdied the final seven holes to force extra holes.
 
Johnson Wagner leads by 1 shot until rain gets in the way
Johnson Wagner avoided all the drama, and the bogeys, and came in from the rain holding a one-shot lead in the Safeway Open.
 
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