Ochoa makes her move: Kerr, Shin, Park atop leaderboard logjam at U.S. Women's Open
SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. – Lorena Ochoa enjoyed the day off due to bad weather Friday.
“I slept in. I watched a movie, we played some cards at home. That was the idea, just to be away from golf and not think too much.”
Ochoa needed the rest. She won a playoff last week and was busy in Mexico the week before. She barely missed an opening eagle chip to start her third round, but carded a 3-under 32 to move one off the pace.
She was plenty confident heading into the afternoon round:
“Hopefully my name means something on the leaderboard.”
Cristie Kerr is red-hot at 5-under through 11 holes. She is tied for the lead at 4-under.
Morgan Pressel is 2-under through nine. Brittany Lincicome has crept back to even par…
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