While she's far from having captured the KPMG Women's PGA Championship at Sahallee, it's already quite incredible that a 19-year-old has a chance to win a third straight major and to do it on a course/landscape/conditions so different than her other wins.
Beth Ann Nichols at Golfweek sets up what should be a wild finish to the LPGA's second major of the year. At least, given that 15 players are within four of Ko's lead.
Among the chasers is Aryia Jutanugarn, the hottest player on tour following three straight victories and just two shots back.
Bill Fields filed this delightful look at Aryia's love of the extinct 2-iron and her overall shunning of the driver in recent weeks.
A 2-iron is to professional golf what the wolverine is to North America: There aren't many of them left, and it's remarkable when one is spotted.
There has been a rare sighting this week at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship.
Among the considerable talents of Ariya Jutanugarn, the 20-year-old from Thailand who is bidding to become the first LPGA player to win four straight tournaments since Lorena Ochoa in 2008, is her effective use of a 2-iron.