Day 3 of the 2015 U.S. Women’s Open at Lancaster Country Club is in the books, and just like Friday’s round, it concluded with South Korean Amy Yang atop the leaderboard.
So far with 11 players have accrued totals under par.
The overview of Saturday’s course layout, which has been the hardest so far:
On Saturday, just one player shot better than 67, and a meager 14 in the field tallied rounds under par.
A birdie on No. 14 moved Lewis to within two shots of Yang at the time, but a late bogey on No. 17 dropped her back to five under overall.
Lee Lopez, who sits at three over following 54 holes, showed off her stuff at par-three 13th scoring an ace:
According to the Fox broadcast, Lopez’s hole-in-one was the 22nd in women’s U.S. Open history