Stacy Lewis fired a bogey-free 64 on moving day at the Fubon LPGA Taiwan Championship to catch Shanshan Feng at -17, 4 shots behind leader Inbee Park, who made 3 bogeys today but offset them with an eagle and 4 birdies. There are 7 other players double digits under par already, but only of them only Azahara Munoz has 3 rounds in the 60s, and she starts tomorrow's round 8 shots behind the newlywed and world #1.
It's probably too soon to say it's a 3-player race, but after about 6 holes tomorrow, we'll have a much better sense of how this will shake out. There weren't as many big numbers today as in previous rounds, but some really good golfers had some awful fronts (Michelle Wie) and backs (Lydia Ko). Mirim Lee, for instance, would be much closer to the top of the leaderboard if she hadn't closed out the front with 3 straight bogeys and made a bogey and a double in her last 4 holes.
Safe to say, though, that if Park, Lewis, and Feng can get off to good starts tomorrow, it'll be almost impossible for anyone else to insert themselves into their shootout. Go to bed early tonight and take advantage of "falling back" so you can get up early and watch the finale. That's my plan, at least!