Well, we’ve got 2 inside of the top-15 heading into Sunday – Vicky Hurst and Lexi Thompson, with Hurst T9 at 5-under par and Thompson T12 at 4-under. As for the rest, or the next closest anyway, we’ve got Angela Stanford, Paula Creamer, and Cristie Kerr all primed to shoot career-low rounds on Sunday. Or maybe not. Yeah, I’m guessing that’s not going to happen.
Let’s face it: most of the Americans are so over matched and underwhelming that they should consider giving them strokes to make it more competitive. But I digress….
Yani Tseng had a bit of a struggle on Saturday, firing a 3rd round of 1-under 71 and allowing Karin Sjodin to pull even with her heading into Sunday after shooting 4-under 68 in her 3rd round. At least someone’s there trying to apply some pressure to Yani and make her earn her 6th LPGA Major.
Beth Ann Baldry over at GolfWeek talks about her 5 things to consider heading into Sunday’s final round at the Kraft Nabisco.
“Yani Tseng is likely to win her sixth major championship tomorrow. On Monday, will anyone care? In a perfect world, the headlines and storylines the day after would center around Tseng’s complete dominance. The reality is that the Kraft will be a distant memory as the golf world turns its attention to Magnolia Lane. That being said, pay attention to Tseng on Sunday. Appreciate the kind of talent and mental toughness it takes to dominate at this level. At age 23.”
For a full look at 2012 Kraft Nabisco leaderboard, click HERE.