Lydia Ko and Candie Kung head into the final round of the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open tied at 12-under par.
Ko lead for most of Saturday but a late bogey put her back into a tie with Kung. Ko looks to earn her third win of the season to join Inbee Park with three wins.
“I think every round, unless I shoot 18-under par, I'm probably going to say, hey, I knew it could have been better. But no, I'm playing solid, and that's the mind-set I've got to have and just have fun out there tomorrow,” said Ko.
Kung looking to step back in the winner’s circle for the first time since 2008 had and up and down day but finished at 1-under par to share the lead.
“I hit the ball good and it was actually one of the best ball-striking days I had all week. Just missed a couple putts here and there,” said Kung. “Those were all wrong reads. But I'm hitting it good, putting it good.”
Kung is confident and relaxed heading into tomorrow’s round.