Lydia Ko Jiyai Shin The ISPS Handa Australian Womens Open title will be contested over the final round at the Royal Canberra Golf Club between New Zealand's Lydia Ko and Korean Jiyai Shin. Both ladies have a tournament total of -17 under par, six shots ahead of Spaniard Beatriz Recari, who occupies third place on her own, at -11 under par. I look forward to tomorrow when Lydia and Jiyai will duel head-to-head in a shoot-out for the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open at Royal Canberra Golf Club. Lydia said she is happy to learn from Jiyai; "They say we look alike too, she's a pretty accurate player off the tee. In that way we could be similar. She's a great player and there are things I do need to learn from her.'' The astonishing amateur Lydia would be the youngest-ever winner of a Women's Australian Open if she manages to cross the finish line first tomorrow. She would also forgo another $180,000 in prize-money, because she remains an amateur, but nothing much fazes the lovely Lydia, "I don't really care any more, I'm an amateur, so I know I'm not going to get it.''