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Yang leads LPGA tourney

Amy Yang (LPGA photo)

Amy Yang leads Marja Hjorth by one shot and Cristie Kerr by three entering the final round of the LPGA Tour championship in Orlando, Florida.

compiled from LPGA news

Yang leads LPGA tourney

Amy Yang (LPGA photo)

Amy Yang held onto the lead atop the leaderboard at the LPGA Tour championship.

She forged to a three-shot lead by the time the second round was called because of darkness in Orlando, Florida.

Maria Hjorth shot a 68 and Seon Hwa Lee a 73 are three shots back.

compiled from staff & LPGA news

Yani Tseng leads Women’s British Open by 4 shots


Taiwan’s Yani Tseng has taken an early four-shot lead in the second round of the Women’s British Open.

For the second consecutive day, she has shot a 4-under-par 68 at Royal Birkdale in Southport, England.

Yani Tseng leads after two rounds (LPGA)

Tseng made five birdies and a bogey to finish at 8-under 136 on Friday.

Cristie Kerr shot a 67 to move to 4 under par. She is tied with fellow American golfer Brittany Lincicome and South Korea’s Amy Yang.

Sweden’s Susann Pettersen shot a 68 and was at 3 under par after failing to take advantage of her birdie chances on the last three par-five holes.

Also at 3 under is South Korea’s Sun Young Yoo, who added a second-round 72 to her opening round of 69.

compiled from staff, wire and LPGA news

Paula Creamer takes the lead at the U.S. Women’s Open

compiled from staff, wire and LPGA reports

Paula Creamer, trying to win her first major title, has maintained her three-shot lead in the U.S. Women’s Open after completing the final five holes of her third round.

Creamer finished up a second straight 1-under 70 at Oakmont Country Club and is one under par through 54 holes. Wendy Ward, a former U.S. amateur champion, is three shots off the lead. Four shots back are Amy Yang, Suzann Pettersen and Christina Kim.

Paula Creamer (LPGA)

Trailing by five shots is 15-year-old Alexis Thompson, who is trying to become the youngest golfer to win a major in either men’s or women’s golf.

Creamer, who is bothered by a left thumb injury, parred the 14th and 15th holes when play resumed. She took a bogey on the 16th, but rallied with a birdie on the difficult, par-4 18th.

The fourth round of the tournament has begun as of  10:00 A.M. Sunday morning. Rain on Friday pushed the rounds back.

Friday’s LPGA Championship leader is Cristie Kerr

compiled from staff, wire and LPGA reports

Cristie Kerr is playing well on tour these days but she was surprised at how she ran away from the pack in the second round of the LPGA Championship on Friday.

The tour veteran, who has 14 years experience and a 13-time winner, is two rounds away from claiming her second major title after shooting a 6-under 66 to take a five-stroke lead at 10 under on the Locust Hill Country Club course.

Cristie Kerr (LPGA)

The 2007 U.S. Women’s Open champion opened Friday in a three-way tie for the lead before taking complete control by getting out of trouble several times to produce a bogey-free round.

Kerr birdied four of the last five holes to pull away with the low score of the round despite hitting only 5 of 14 fairways.

Inbee Park, the 2008 U.S. Women’s Open champion, and Mika Miyazato were tied for second at 5-under after 70′s. Brittany Lincicome (69) and Amy Yang (67) were 4 under in a field that has only 17 players at below par in the tour’s second major tournament.

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