Nelly Korda on Saturday at 2019 ISPS Handa Women & # 39; s Australian Open.
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07:40 am: The last day of the 2018 ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open is here with all eyes on the last group of today.
Nelly Korda will be accompanied by Haru Nomura from Japan, the 20-year-old American with 12-under with 18 holes to play after an amazing 21 birdies so far this week.
Korda wants to become the fourth member of her family to win an Australian Open title, after sister Jessica won this event at Royal Melbourne, father Petr won the tennis Open in 1998 and younger brother Sebastian started the tennis for boys Open in 2018 .
Korda chases her second LPGA Tour title after having claimed her first in October during the LPGA Championship on Swinging Skirts Taiwan
However, her Japanese play partner on Sunday hopes to make her own history, after winning the ISPS Handa Women & # 39; s Australian Open here in The Grange in 2016.
Nomura starts the final round on 9-under, one stroke ahead of a group of players.
The expectation is that the temperatures will be early 30 when the leaders go to the West Course of The Grange at 13.20 local time this afternoon.
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