Nelly Korda rallied to win her hometown LPGA Drive On Championship and delay Lydia Ko’s LPGA Hall of Fame entry, outlasting the New Zealander on the second hole of a playoff Sunday after overcoming a three-stroke deficit with an eagle-birdie finish. Korda won with a 3-foot par putt on the par-4 18th after Ko’s 4-footer caught the lip and spun out. Ko won the season-opening event last week in Orlando for her 20th tour victory to move within a point of qualifying for the Hall of Fame. Four strokes ahead of Ko beginning play Sunday at Bradenton Country Club, Korda shot a 2-over 73 to match Ko at 11-under 273. Ko, playing in the group ahead of Korda, also eagled the 17th in a 69.