Pelican Women's Championship R3

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Korda & Thompson share lead heading into the final day
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November 14, 2021
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Pelican's Championship 2021 R3
November 11-14
Pelican Golf Club, Belleair, Florida
$1,750,000
Round 1, Round 2, Round 4

Estimated reading time: 5 minutes


Rolex Rankings No. 1 and Florida native Nelly Korda signed for a 63 on Saturday to take a share of the lead in the Pelican Women's Championship at 16-under alongside Lexi Thompson who closed with a 65.


Pelican's Championship 2021 R3

“Stay aggressive, as I have been,” said Korda. “I've been hitting it really well and giving myself some good looks, so I'm going to take the same [gameplan] into tomorrow."


Pelican's Championship 2021 R3

Thompson hasn't won since the 2019 ShopRite LPGA Classic and has been hard at work getting her game into shape.

“I've been working extremely hard, putting at least two to three hours a day and putting at night in my house.

“It's the Perfect Practice putting mat, has the bigger hole and a small one with lines on it. It's right in my living room. Just stares at me. So, I'm like, I guess I should putt.”


Pelican's Championship 2021 R3

Jennifer Kupcho lies in solo third place at 15-under after closing with a 66 and will join the leaders in the final group.

Christina Kim and South Korean Sei Young Kim are tied in fourth place at 14-under after both shot 65s followed by Thailand's Patty Tavatanakit and New Zealand's Lydia Ko who shot 64s to reach 13-under .

First round leader Leona Maguire lies in solo eighth place at 12-under after closing with a 68.


Pelican's Championship 2021 R3

Pos.
Player
To Par
Scores
Total
T1
Nelly Korda
-16
65-66-63
194
T1
Lexi Thompson
-16
65-64-65
194
3
Jennifer Kupcho
-15
65-64-66
195
T4
Christina Kim
-14
65-66-65
196
T4
Sei Young Kim
-14
64-67-65
196
T6
Patty Tavatanakit
-13
68-65-64
197
T6
Lydia Ko
-13
67-66-64
197
8
Leona Maguire
-12
62-68-68
198
T9
Pornanong Phatlum
-10
67-66-67
200
T9
Maria Fassi
-10
67-65-68
200
T11
Brooke M. Henderson
-9
67-69-65
201
T11
Jin Young Ko
-9
68-66-67
201
T11
Jessica Korda
-9
67-67-67
201
T11
Gaby Lopez
-9
66-67-68
201
T11
Lauren Coughlin
-9
65-68-68
201
T11
Jeongeun Lee6
-9
68-64-69
201
T17
Caroline Inglis
-8
68-70-64
202
T17
Lauren Stephenson
-8
68-68-66
202
T17
A Lim Kim
-8
68-67-67
202
T17
Yuka Saso
-8
68-64-70
202
T17
Danielle Kang
-8
65-67-70
202
T17
Wei-Ling Hsu
-8
66-64-72
202
T23
Aditi Ashok
-7
67-71-65
203
T23
Ariya Jutanugarn
-7
69-68-66
203
T23
Jaye Marie Green
-7
69-66-68
203
T23
Nasa Hataoka
-7
65-70-68
203
T23
Matilda Castren
-7
67-64-72
203
T28
Sarah Schmelzel
-6
72-67-65
204
T28
Jodi Ewart Shadoff
-6
72-64-68
204
T28
Esther Henseleit
-6
66-70-68
204
T28
Celine Boutier
-6
68-66-70
204
T28
Mi Hyang Lee
-6
69-62-73
204
T33
Xiyu Lin
-5
70-69-66
205
T33
Yu Liu
-5
66-72-67
205
T33
Ashleigh Buhai
-5
71-66-68
205
T33
Katherine Kirk
-5
70-67-68
205
T33
Caroline Masson
-5
69-68-68
205
T33
Jennifer Song
-5
70-66-69
205
T33
Pavarisa Yoktuan
-5
68-67-70
205
T33
Su Oh
-5
68-64-73
205
T41
In Gee Chun
-4
74-66-66
206
T41
Stephanie Meadow
-4
70-70-66
206
T41
Isi Gabsa
-4
70-69-67
206
T41
Marina Alex
-4
68-71-67
206
T41
Brittany Lincicome
-4
68-70-68
206
T41
Pernilla Lindberg
-4
72-65-69
206
T41
Madelene Sagstrom
-4
69-68-69
206
T41
Wichanee Meechai
-4
69-68-69
206
T41
Albane Valenzuela
-4
69-68-69
206
T41
Annie Park
-4
68-69-69
206
T41
Ally Ewing
-4
68-67-71
206
T52
Eun-Hee Ji
-3
71-68-68
207
T52
Perrine Delacour
-3
70-69-68
207
T52
Giulia Molinaro
-3
70-69-68
207
T52
Lizette Salas
-3
69-70-68
207
T52
Cheyenne Knight
-3
70-68-69
207
T52
Ryann O'Toole
-3
69-68-70
207
T52
Brittany Altomare
-3
67-69-71
207
T52
Amy Olson
-3
69-66-72
207
T60
Nicole Broch Estrup
-2
69-71-68
208
T60
So Yeon Ryu
-2
73-66-69
208
T60
Jasmine Suwannapura
-2
72-67-69
208
T60
Ssu-Chia Cheng
-2
67-72-69
208
T60
Mel Reid
-2
75-63-70
208
T60
Alena Sharp
-2
70-66-72
208
T66
Azahara Munoz
-1
74-66-69
209
T66
Moriya Jutanugarn
-1
68-72-69
209
T66
Lindy Duncan
-1
72-66-71
209
69
Kristen Gillman
Par
71-67-72
210
T70
Tiffany Chan
+1
70-70-71
211
T70
Emma Talley
+1
70-70-71
211
T72
Paula Reto
+2
71-69-72
212
T72
Megan Khang
+2
70-69-73
212
Linnea Strom
CUT
72-69
141
Jenny Coleman
CUT
74-68
142
Nanna Koerstz Madsen
CUT
73-69
142
Cristie Kerr
CUT
72-70
142
Jillian Hollis
CUT
69-73
142
Marissa Steen
CUT
69-73
142
Gerina Piller
CUT
78-65
143
Haeji Kang
CUT
76-67
143
Cydney Clanton
CUT
73-70
143
Esther Lee
CUT
73-70
143
Elizabeth Szokol
CUT
73-70
143
Mina Harigae
CUT
71-72
143
Yealimi Noh
CUT
71-72
143
Sophia Popov
CUT
71-72
143
Mariajo Uribe
CUT
74-70
144
Daniela Darquea
CUT
73-71
144
Ana Belac
CUT
72-72
144
Pajaree Anannarukarn
CUT
71-73
144
Stacy Lewis
CUT
71-73
144
Austin Ernst
CUT
70-74
144
Chella Choi
CUT
76-69
145
Anne van Dam
CUT
75-70
145
Sarah Kemp
CUT
71-74
145
Amy Yang
CUT
71-74
145
Angela Stanford
CUT
70-75
145
Benyapa Niphatsophon
CUT
77-69
146
Maisie Filler (a)
CUT
76-70
146
Mirim Lee
CUT
74-72
146
Maria Fernanda Torres
CUT
72-74
146
Tiffany Joh
CUT
75-72
147
Sarah Jane Smith
CUT
73-74
147
Jing Yan
CUT
76-72
148
Angel Yin
CUT
71-78
149
Destiny Lawson
CUT
77-78
155
Jenny Shin
W/D
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