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Another Challenging Round at LPGA Championship Sets Up Dramatic Final Sunday

Eun-Hee Ji leads crowded field at -4 after 3 rounds
For the third straight day, low scores were hard to come by at Locust Hill. While only three golfers shot under 70 in each of the first two rounds, only four accomplished that feat in Round 3. South Korean Eun-Hee Ji is the current leader at -4, but 12 golfers are within three strokes of the lead.

Rain in the forecast pushed the start of Round 3 ahead, but early-morning showers, postponed the start. The reworked tee times set up a day with players moving fast and finishing quickly. While Rounds 1 and 2 were dry and quick, the rain made the greens slower and the rough more challenging.

Karrie Webb sits second at -3. The two-time winner at Locust Hill (1999 and 2002) was in one of the middle groups. She posted the low round of the day with a 68. Four golfers are at -2, with seven golfers sitting at -1.
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