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Lydia Ko starts another season by making more coach and caddie changes

Lydia Ko is not afraid to revamp her golf support system completely as she proved last year and again before she starts her 2018 season. Stop us if you’ve heard this one, but Lydia Ko will kick off her LPGA season with major changes to her entourage. The former world No. 1, who overhauled her golf squad late in the 2016 campaign, will take the tee on Thursday at the Women’s Australian Open under the tutelage of a new instructor and with yet another caddie on her bag, according to the LPGA.
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