Jessica Korda and Minjee will take a dual shot lead over a rest of a margin into a final turn of a Blue Bay LPGA on Sunday.
Korda – who started 7 strokes behind personality Lee – rallied with a sizzling 6 underneath in a third turn on Saturday during Hainan Island in China.
The turn took a American to 11 underneath for a tournament, while Lee slumped to a one over standard 73 to tie with her foe.
Korda was high around a island course, rolling in 6 birdies while gripping a bogey-free scorecard to move herself into row for a fifth LPGA Tour title.
In particular, Korda was unapproachable of her birdie on a formidable standard 4 12th.
“12 in ubiquitous is a unequivocally tough hole…you have to land it ideally during a tip to have any shot during that pin staying on a behind of a green,” pronounced a 23-year-old.
“It’s unequivocally soppy behind there so we don’t wish to have to chip up. It’s not an easy chip. So we was only unequivocally happy to be on a immature to be honest with we and have some form of putt during it. And being means to birdie it, if that’s what my greeting was…I looked adult and down and excited…it was some-more like a warn and it was a good surprise.”
Two shots behind on Korda and Lee is a gifted Ariya Jutanugarn, who is alone on 9 underneath after a 7 underneath 65. Driver was pivotal for Thai star, as she strike 13 out of 14 fairways.
Germany’s Caroline Masson, who has been nearby a tip of a leaderboard all week, is in fourth place on 7 underneath while Pornanong Phatlum is 5 shots off a gait on 6 under.