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Women's British Open: Thailand's Phatlum retains one-stroke lead

Phatlum carded a composed three-under-par 69 at Royal Lytham & St. Annes, while England's Georgia Hall matched the score by sinking a 10-foot birdie at the last.


Reuters Last Updated at 04 Aug 2018, 23:08 IST
Women's British Open: Thailand's Phatlum retains one-stroke lead

Thailand's Pornanong Phatlum finished the third round as she started it, with a one-stroke lead at the Women's British Open in Lancashire on Saturday.

Phatlum carded a composed three-under-par 69 at Royal Lytham & St. Annes, while England's Georgia Hall matched the score by sinking a 10-foot birdie at the last.

Phatlum, who has never won in nearly a decade on the LPGA Tour, will head into Sunday's final round at 13-under 203.

Hall is alone in second place on 12 under, with former women's world number one Ryu So-Yeon of South Korean on 11 under after a 67.

Australian Minjee Lee and Japan's Mamiko Higa both bogeyed the last to card 71 and slip three strokes off the pace, where they were joined by South Korean Park Sung-Hyun (69).

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