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  • Stacy Lewis hanging on to 1-shot lead at Honda LPGA Thailand

    Ryan Ballengee at Devil Ball Golf20 hrs ago

    After her Friday 64 to take the lead at the Honda LPGA Thailand, Stacy Lewis talked about the need to not look back and keep moving forward at Siam Country Club.

    Lewis did not move forward on Saturday, shooting a 1-over 73 in Round 3 that left her with a one-shot lead heading into the final round. The 30-year-old is at 13-under 203 and just ahead of Amy Yang, who carded 71.

    "It was a bit all over the place today," Lewis said. "Hit some good shots, hit some shots too far."

    The world No. 3 struggled early in her third round, making three consecutive front-nine bogeys to lose the lead. It took an eagle at the drivable par-4 15th to regain the lead from Yang. A bogey at the par-5 last hole was a disappointing way to finish the round. However, Lewis said it's an all-too-common conclusion to her rounds at this venue.

    "This 18th hole just frustrates me,"  she said. "Over the years it's gotten my number more times than it's been good."

    Sandra Gal is another shot back in third, with Mirim Lee and Jenny Shin tied for fourth at 10 under par.

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  • Stacy Lewis in control by 3 at Honda LPGA Thailand

    Ryan Ballengee at Devil Ball Golf1 day ago

    Stacy Lewis has a message for the golf world: She's not going anywhere.

    The world No. 3 had a statement round on Friday on Day 2 of the Honda LPGA Thailand, shooting 8-under 64 at Siam Country Club to take a three-shot edge into the weekend over Amy Yang.

    Lewis, who turned 30 on Feb. 17, knows this is a course where there's no room for holding pat.

    "Tomorrow is just keep looking forward," Lewis said. "I did a good job of that today, of not looking at the leaderboards and what anybody behind me was doing. Just kept focusing on the next shot."

    Curiously, Yang is the player who stared down Lydia Ko last weekend for the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open at Royal Melbourne before blinking in the final four holes. Yang is playing well because she ended her 2014 season earlier than usual, in October, and recharged her batteries.

    “You know, sometimes you get tired of what you’re doing,” Yang said. “I think that’s what happened to me last year. That’s why I decided to finish season earlier, too. But over the winter while I’m resting I wanted to play more golf.  Finally my mind changed and I wanted to go back there and play in contention if I can.”

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