Can Others Keep Up with Tseng?

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Yani Tseng’s trainer found two four-leaf clovers on the grounds of Locust Hill and gave them to Tseng and her caddie before the start of Sunday’s round. A nice gesture, but Tseng didn’t need any luck. She solidified her place as the most dominant player in the women’s game with her 10-stroke victory at the Wegmans LPGA Championship and, at age 22, became the youngest player in LPGA history to win four majors. For comparison, Young Tom Morris got his fourth major on the men’s side at age 21 in 1872.

One week after Rory McIlroy set the golf world abuzz with his commanding victory at the U.S. Open, Tseng followed with her own historic run at the LPGA’s second major of the...

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