News for Tuesday, October 22, 2013

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Ko, 16, takes to YouTube to announce going pro

Lydia Ko announced on Twitter Oct. 22 that she has turned professional. A two-time winner on the LPGA, Ko made a YouTube video with Israel Dagg of New Zealand's World Cup-winning All Blacks rugby team, who jokingly offered to caddie for Ko.

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Alabama, Mullinax cruise to Isleworth victories

Alabama wins for the third time this fall, completing a wire-to-wire victory behind junior Trey Mullinax at the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational.

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Tee times: CIMB Classic, First Round

A look at first-round tee times at the PGA Tour's CIMB Classic.

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FedEx Cup champ Stenson to have MRI on wrist

FedEx Cup champ Henrik Stenson is a bit worried as he sets out on a torrid stretch of tournament play, announcing that he is undergoing an MRI on his inflamed right wrist on Tuesday.

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Finally, Kuchar finds a partner for World Cup

After being turned down by plenty of top-ranked U.S. players, Matt Kuchar has finally found a World Cup partner in Kevin Streelman.

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Rohrer wins again at Special Olympics championship

Scott Rohrer was victorious again on Oct. 20 in the Level V individual stroke-play competition at the Special Olympics North America Golf Invitational.

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Khang finds long overdue AJGA title at Ping Invite

For Megan Khang, an AJGA title seemed long overdue. Khang will turn 16 this week, but the petite player from Rockland, Mass., seems as if she’s been on the junior golf scene forever.