Hard & Fast: Following Super Duper Lydia #4

 Surely Lydia must get sore arms from all dem trophy ceremonies?

Surely Lydia must get sore arms from all dem trophy ceremonies?

Super duper Lydia Ko keeps on being super duper after she won the Kia Classic in California.

Ko finished -19, 4 shots better than Inbee Park (-15) and 7 shots better than Ali Myazato in 3rd. With rounds of 68, 67, 67 and 67, Ko now has nine consecutive rounds under par and eight consecutive rounds under 68 #Boom.

The Kia Classic leads into the ANA Inspiration which is the first LPGA major of the year and it's safe to say that Ko is trucking along pretty damn nicely given that streak of rounds under par. 

Oh and Lydia has made the cut in all five events this year, with a win and a trio of top-3 finishes. This is also Ko's 11th win and for the record, Lydia is the youngest ever to reach 10 wins.

Like, seriously, it don't get no better that super duper Lydia.

For what it's worth, Lydia was using a Callaway -Chrome Star Soft ball as well.

This stellar performance also saw Ko take her scoring average down to 68.55, she's the only player who is averaging below 69 and Ko's now averaging 4.8 birdies per round.

Ko will be looking for her second major win at Rancho Mirage this weekend, funnily enough Ko tied for 51st at last year's ANA Inspiration.