Ko holds one shot lead in Washington

Posted June 21, 2016

Lydia Ko is in command of the Women's PGA Championship heading into the final round as her consistency holds her in good stead following a third-straight round of par or better.

"I was quite nervous this morning".

"I've just got to stay positive", she said. "This is a very, very special feeling". "I am really proud of her".

Park shot a 1-over 72. It left the three-time defending champion of the event well back of Henderson, who shot a 4-under 67 in her morning round.

At age 27, Park is the youngest player to qualify for the Hall of Fame.

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In-form Harukyo Nomura had an opening 18 holes to forget on Thursday as Japanese players struggled in the first round of the Women's PGA Championship, the second major event of the season on the LPGA Tour. The 30-year-old has two major titles among her six victories, including the 2015 ANA Inspiration, her only win since 2011. She was 5 over after 14 holes, trimmed two strokes with a pair of birdies, but then closed with a final bogey for a 4-over round of 75.Sahalee CC, meanwhile, got generally rave reviews from the worldwide field, which includes 63 Americans and 93 players from 25 other countries."The greens are ideal, the fairways are flawless and the rough is ideal - and nasty", Christina Kim said. She celebrated with family, Hall of Famers, fellow player and tour officials as she walked off the green.

CHAMPIONS TOUR: Jay Don Blake birdied three of the last five holes at windy Philadelphia Cricket Club for a 2-under 70 and the first-round lead in the Constellation Senior Players Championship. She capped the run with a short putt on the par-3 ninth to take a two-shot lead.

She told LPGA.com that reaching the Hall of Fame was a dream come true. Only three players were under par even as Sahalee played easier following overnight rain.

Henderson did her part in trying to steal the attention from Park. "On the back nine I just couldn't get a rhythm with the swing and I missed a lot of shots to the right, what I have been doing in the last month or so", Park said.

Park, who has been battling a left thumb injury that had forced her to withdraw from her previous two starts, said: "It feels surreal. I am happy I was able to limit my mistakes", said Miyazato. "Hit a couple of bad drives. I'm really going to enjoy today and there are so many people that helped me get here".

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Two are tied at two under par after shooting rounds of 69 on Thursday: In-Kyung Kim and Christina Kim.

As Jutanugarn walked off ninth green, she stopped to shake the hand of Army specialist Zachary Loughrige, who was tending the USA flag that was used in hole. "I can't rave about this place enough". "This year, I know how to play under pressure". Ariya Jutanugarn, the victor of her last three starts, was tied for fourth at 70.

As a result of her shaky display, Park moved to nine over for the tournament and fell outside the cut line.

Stacy Lewis shot a 73. Bogeys on Nos. 8 and 18 were the only blemishes on Lee's scorecard, and the well-rounded effort should stoke her confidence as the weekend approaches. She's in the top 10 in greens in regulation, putts per GIR and scoring and is 13th in driving distance at 267.70 yards per whack. Third-ranked Lexi Thompson shot a 67 to tie for seventh at 7 under.

"The double bogey on the 16th made a big difference".

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