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Late birdies spur Rose to PGA Zurich Classic win
Justin Rose of England tees off on the 15th hole during the final round of the Zurich Classic, in Avondale, Louisiana, on April 26, 2015Justin Rose capped a marathon with back-to-back birdies at the last two holes to clinch the US PGA Tour's Zurich Classic by one stroke in a thrilling finale. Rose had six birdies in his six-under 66 in the final round of the New Orleans tournament -- which was beset by weather delays -- and Sunday's victory represents a satisfying follow-up to the Englishman's share of second behind Jordan Spieth at the recent Masters. His 22-under-par total 266 gave him a seventh US tour title, by one stroke from American Cameron Tringale. Tringale could have forced a playoff with an eagle at the final hole, but settled for a birdie that gave him a seven-under 65 and sole possession of second place on 267.

Ko downs Pressel in playoff for LPGA Swinging Skirts crown
Lydia Ko of New Zealand poses with the winner's trophy after winning the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic, at the Lake Merced Golf Club in Daly City, California, on April 26, 2015World number one Lydia Ko birdied the second playoff hole to beat Morgan Pressel and win a second straight Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic crown. Ko, the New Zealand sensation who turned 18 on Friday, earned her first victory as a professional at this event last year. "This week I hit the ball really well," Ko said. She fired a two-under par 70 in the final round to finish 72 holes tied with Pressel at eight-under par 280.


'Pumped up' PM Cameron ditches suit to answer campaign critics
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron walks past the Conservative Party campaign bus arrives in Norton Sub Hamdon near Yeovil, south west England, BritainBy William James LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron sought on Monday to answer critics who say his bid to win a May 7 election has lacked passion by ditching his usual polished image and suit jacket to deliver a 'pumped-up' speech on the economy. Cameron's campaign to beat Labour Party leader Ed Miliband in Britain's closest election race since the 1970s has been tightly focused on trumpeting his party's economic credibility, but has so far failed to swing opinion polls in his favour. Cameron himself has conceded that his often style portrays a "calm smoothness". "That really pumps me up," Cameron said, jogging onto a stage without a suit jacket and gesticulating energetically to a tightly gathered standing audience.

China to merge scores of major state firms: report
Although China has made the state sector far leaner since the late 1990s, government-backed companies still dominate large sectors of the economy such as energy and telecommunicationsChina is considering merging scores of its biggest state-owned enterprises to create around 40 national champions from the existing 112, the official Xinhua news agency said Monday. The report said state firms would be merged or acquired, but gave no timelines or details about which companies would merge. "The State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission has issued an internal document to promote the process," Xinhua quoted an unidentified source as saying. Although China has made the state sector far leaner since the late 1990s, government-backed companies still dominate large sectors of the economy such as energy and telecommunications.

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