Lydia Ko has fallen short on the LPGA Tour this morning, as she looked to claim her first title of the year at the Indy Women in Tech Championship.

Tied for the lead with eventual winner Lexi Thompson heading into the final round, Ko couldnt fire, finishing second with an even-par round of 72.

Thompson, who now has nine LPGA Tour wins to her name, had an exciting final round that included six birdies and two bogeys to stretch her winning margin to four-shots.

This is Kos best finish since finishing in a share of second in the Lotte Championship in April and she records her eighth top-10 finish this year.

The 20-year-old never found the rhythm which saw her fire seven and eight under-par rounds to start the tournament, and a double-bogey on the par-four 11th gave Thompson all the breathing space she needed.

The Indy Women in Tech Championship would have caught many off guard this morning with it being only a three-round event.

Kos coming into form at the right time with the fifth and final major of the year - the Evian Championship in France next week and her own McKayson New Zealand Womens Open to follow at the end of the month.

LPGA Full Leaderboard here

Ryan Fox remains on the first page of the on the European Tour leaderboard and is currently tied 11th during his third round at the European Masters in Switzerland.

Through 14 holes, Fox sits at one-over par for the day with play being suspended due to bad light.

The Aucklander is not the only one to be going slightly backwards with leader, Scott Hend two-over par for the day which brings Fox just four shots back and in with a chance.

It will be an early start for the field who look to make up ground overnight and with Fox failing to fire in the third round thus far, it could be a blessing in disguise for the Kiwi.

European Tour Full Leaderboard here
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