Anna Nordqvist shares eleventh place with Madelene Sagström, who fell from a common fifth place after going pairs with 71 strokes to Old American in The Colony. The Swedes have a total of two under par before Sunday’s final round and have two strokes up to the leading three, which includes American Yealimi Noh and Koreans Ryo So-Yeon and Park In-Bee.
19-year-old Yealimi Noh shared the lead with Nordqvist ahead of the third round, and the young American, unlike the Swede, managed to continue Friday’s successful round and stay on top by moving in pairs. If it weren’t for the messy double bogey on the last hole, the teenager would only be proud of his lead.
It started well
For Nordqvist, Saturday’s round started quite well. With two good playing days behind her, she came out a total of four under par, and after bogey on the first hole, Nordqvist followed two birdies on the second and third holes. Then everything went slower. Finally, in the second half of the round, there were three bogeys, one of which was on the 18th hole.
Linnea Ström is in 13th place with a score below par, one blow behind Nordqvist and Sagström. Pernilla Lindberg, who barely managed to cut, made her best round in the competition so far, taking 72 strokes. It is in the 68th place.
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