Lee, Creamer share lead at Lotte Championship

Lee, Creamer share lead at Lotte Championship

Lee, Creamer share lead at Lotte Championship

Korean So Yeon Ryu can wrest it away from Ko if she wins the tournament and the Kiwi finishes 5th or worse.

Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn and Kim In-Kyung each birdied their final holes on Thursday to share the lead during the suspended second round of the LPGA Lotte Championship. The two-time LPGA Player of the Year is winless in her last 69 starts - and eight under on Ko Olina's front nine this week. It was her best round of the year and she credits a change in her putting style for her success.

Another Thai player, Nontaya Srisawang, was also hovering close to the leaders on Thursday.

A seven-under 65 not only prevented Ko from the threat of missing the cut, but also gives her an outside chance of claiming an unlikely win. She added a second birdie on fifth, but a late bogey on eighth pushed her back slightly.

The world's No. 1 player said he'll return to the PGA Tour at the Wells Fargo Championships at Eagle Point Golf Club in Wilmington, N.C., from May 4-7.

In Gee Chun is five shots off the lead at 12 under and Ariya Jutanugarn is six back at 11 under after a third-round 70. "I hit a lot of good shots".

After another weather delay at the LOTTE Championship presented by Hershey, this time lasting a little over an hour, there's a mix of proven winners and golfers looking for their initial LPGA Tour breakthrough near the top of the leaderboard going into Saturday's finale.

Ji made just one bogey in her round, while Jang shot a bogey-free score.

Salas, who played for the U.S.in the last two Solheim Cups, has fond and frustrating memories of Ko Olina. "Hopefully tomorrow I won't get too nervous".

"You know, I played solid".

Lee, 20, is defending the Lotte Championship that she won a year ago in Hawaii. Lindy Duncan holed out on the 18th early Friday for eagle to make the cut. Play was suspended because of darkness with five players still on the course.

The Kiwi jumped 34 spots on "moving day" in Hawaii, continuing her rapid turn in form after a poor start to the tournament - shooting 73 on day one.

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