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Mamiko Higa & Minjee Lee – 2:10 p.m.
Four-time LPGA winner Minjee Lee will play the final round alongside the JLPGA’s Mamiko Higa. Both begin the final round at 10-under par, three-strokes back of leader Pornanong Phatlum. With a win by Higa on Sunday she would become the first Japanese player since Chako Higuchi in 1977 to win a major on the LPGA Tour. She’s already a four-time winner on the JLPGA and currently ranked No. 51 in the Rolex Rankings. Lee, ranked No. 8 in the world, is chasing history of her own on Sunday. With a win, Lee would join Karrie Webb and Jan Stephenson as the only Aussies to win a major on the LPGA Tour. A major victory would be a first for Lee, whose prior best finish in a major is T3 at the 2017 ANA Inspiration.
So Yeon Ryu & Sung Hyun Park – 2:20 p.m.
The budding rivalry between So Yeon Ryu and Sung Hyun Park continues to grow. The pair shared Player of the Year honors in 2017 and went head-to-head in a playoff at the season’s last major, the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, where Park came out on top. The duo is paired together in the final round at Royal Lytham & St Annes where both are looking to win the Ricoh Women’s British Open for the first time. Both are two-time major champions and if either win on Sunday they’ll make history as just the sixth player in LPGA Tour history to own three major titles. They both also have a shot at moving to No. 1 in the Rolex Rankings with a win on Sunday. It’s a position they both held in 2017. Ryu has a slight edge as she begins the final round at 11-under par, two-strokes back of the lead. Park is three-strokes back at 10-under par to start the day, an easy hurdle to overcome as she came from 4-strokes back to win her last major title.
Pornanong Phatlum & Georgia Hall – 2:30 p.m.
Pornanong Phatlum put on a clinic the first three days of the Ricoh Women’s British Open, where she missed just four fairways and four greens and made only one bogey through 54-holes. But Sunday is the true test for Phatlum as she looks to win for the first time on the LPGA Tour. She begins the final round one-stroke ahead of her playing partner, Georgia Hall. The pair also played together on Saturday, when Hall drained a long birdie putt at the 18th hole to pull within one of Phatlum. With a win on Sunday, Phatlum would make history as just the second player from Thailand to win a major championship. Hall could also add her name to the record books as the fourth Englishwoman to win a major championship and first to win on Tour since Charley Hall in 2016.