By: Jessica Marksbury June 10, 2021

Lydia Ko has been resurgent since breaking her winless drought in April.
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At the tender age of 24, LPGA phenom Lydia Ko seemingly has a lifetime’s worth of competitive experience.
After winning twice as an amateur on the LPGA Tour, Ko turned pro in 2014. Between 2014 and 2018, she won 13 times and became the top-ranked player in women’s golf — a position she held for 84 weeks. But after claiming the 2018 LPGA Mediheal Championship, Ko endured a slump. She made changes to her equipment, caddie and swing coach.

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