Golf: Ko wins LPGA Taiwan Championship and is back again as women's world No. 1

New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko reclaimed her world No. 1 spot from South Korean Park In Bee after winning the LPGA Taiwan Championship on Oct 25, 2015.
New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko reclaimed her world No. 1 spot from South Korean Park In Bee after winning the LPGA Taiwan Championship on Oct 25, 2015.PHOTO: AFP

TAIPEI (REUTERS) - Lydia Ko cantered to a nine-stroke victory at the LPGA Taiwan Championship on Sunday to take back the women's world No. 1 spot from South Korean Park In Bee.

Ko started the final round with a four-stroke advantage and then carded a seven-under 65 for a total of 20 under, which also made the 18-year-old New Zealander the youngest player to earn 10 wins on the LPGA Tour.