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Last-hole birdie gives teen Ko fourth LPGA title
Lydia Ko of New Zealand watches her tee shot on the second hole during the final round of the Marathon Classic presented by Owens Corning and O-I at Highland Meadows Golf Club on July 20, 2014 in Sylvania, OhioNew Zealand teen Lydia Ko birdied the 18th hole Sunday for a one-stroke victory over Ryu So-Yeon to win the $1.4 million Marathon Classic and capture her fourth career LPGA title. South Korean-born Ko fired a six-under par 65 in the final round to finish 72 holes on 15-under 269 and become the youngest LPGA player to reach $1 million in prize money at only age 17. "I hit the ball well and gave myself a lot of opportunities," Ko said. "You have good chances when you get the ball on the green." South Korea's Ryu, seeking her second title at the event in three years, sank a 25-foot birdie putt at the par-5 17th to match Ko for the lead.

Sixties man Fowler misses out but not disappointed
By Martyn Herman HOYLAKE England (Reuters) - Four superb rounds in the 60s on an Open course ready punish the smallest errors should have been enough for American Rickie Fowler to have had something bubbly in the old Claret Jug on Sunday. Sadly for him a certain Northern Irishman named Rory McIlroy was just that little bit better, even if he could only boast three rounds in the 60s. Only two players, Jesper Parnevik in 1994 and twice Open champion Ernie Els in 1995, have suffered a similar fate. In the end Fowler had to make do with a share of second place with Spain's Sergio Garcia, two shots adrift, but was not feeling blue in his bright orange garb.


South Africa's main metals employer body accepts government proposal to end strike
Members of the National Union of Metalworkers march on the first day of a nationwide strike in JohannesburgSouth Africa's main metals employer body has "reluctantly" accepted a government proposal to raise wages by up to 10 percent, it said on Tuesday, raising hopes of an end to a strike sapping the continent's most advanced economy. The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of South Africa (SEIFSA) said striking unions had until Friday to accept the offer, which it warned could lead to heavy job losses. More than 200,000 workers affiliated to the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) downed tools on July 2, demanding 12-15 percent wage increases. Under the proposal put forward by Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant, SEIFSA agreed to raise wages by between 7 percent and 10 percent over the next three years.

Putin vows to use influence on Ukraine rebels, rejects Western meddling
President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday Russia would use its influence with separatists in east Ukraine to allow a full investigation into the downing of a Malaysian airliner, but said the West must put pressure on Kiev to end hostilities. Putin also called on Western powers not to meddle in Russia's domestic affairs and said steps were needed to strengthen the country's military capabilities because of moves by NATO and to protect the economy from "external threats". "We are being called on to use our influence with the separatists in southeastern Ukraine. Putin's comments were his first detailed response in public to Western criticism of Russia's role in Ukraine since the Malaysian airliner was brought down on Thursday, killing 298 people.

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