Another weird effect of the weather delays is that Na On Min has already gone 64-68 on the weekend to finish at -17 and sit at T3 right now, while Ya Ni Tseng (67 with a double on 9) and Karrie Webb (65 with an eagle on 16) ended up 1 shot behind her. And none other than Moira Dunn fired a bogey-free 67 to finish at -14 (T15 so far). Yup, you read that right: there are 14 players at -15 or better so far--and 11 of them are still out on the course.
So anything can happen today. Third-round leader Cristie Kerr is bogey-free through 8 but has managed only 1 birdie thus far, so is
Among the players at -16 still on the course, most are already making charges, like Yang (-5 through 8), Hee Young Park (-5 through 11), and Sun Young Yoo (-4 through 14 and playing alone because Karen Stupples decided to WD), but Shanshan Feng is only -1 through 12. Like Feng, Song-Hee Kim, the only player at -15 in the field right now, got off to a slow start Sunday (also -1 through 12), although at least hers was bogey-free. Still, they've got a bit of a cushion on most of the players behind them, although Hur (-1 through 8) and Heather Bowie Young (-3 through 9) at -14, Alena Sharp (-2 through 9 and playing with NYC) at -13, and Inbee Park (-1 through 8) at -11 still have plenty of room to make big moves.
Wonder if Golf Channel has the capability and interest to televise any of the finish?
[Update 1 (5:38 am): Here's Hound Dog's rundown.]
[Update 2 (8:54 am): Heading to Buffalo to deal with a fried laptop. So no not-quite-live-blogging this morning. Right now Kerr is -22 with 8 to play, Nordqvist is -20 with 8 left, and Jee Young Lee is -19 with only the 18th left to play. After she becomes leader in the clubhouse, Na Yeon Choi, Hee Young Park and Shanshan Feng (-18 through 10, 13, and 15, in turn) will each get their chances to pass her and put pressure on Kerr and Nordqvist. Everyone else seems pretty much stalled this morning.]
[Update 3 (8:55 am): Uh-oh--Nordqvist just bogeyed 12 to fall 3 behind Kerr.]