Kim Hyo-joo won the Evian championship in 2014 Third round leaderboard-15 Kim (Kor); -14 Park (Kor); -11 Ko (Kor), Inbee (Kor); -10 Feng (Chn), Lee (Kor) Selected others: -6 Law (Eng); -3 Romp (Eng), Reid (Eng); +2 Hall (Eng)
After the third round of the Evian championship, Kim Hyo-joo from South Korea has a lead over compatriot Park Sung-hyun.
Kim, the 2014 winner in Evian-les-Bains, took the lead on a relocation day with a six-under-par 65 to be 15.
Five of the six best players on the leaderboard are Korean, including world number one park, which is 66.
Inbee Park and Ko Jin-young are at 11 below, while leader Lee overnight Mi-hyang at 10 remained below.
The British law of Bronte shot a 66 but is nine shots from the lead on six under.
Kim rushed her birdie putt on the 18th, settling for par, while trying to finish before the rain started,
"I just wanted to finish as soon as possible, with the start of the thunder, which just came much faster than I thought, "Kim said.
"Looking at tomorrow [Sunday] I am not going to think about what other players are thinking about – just work on my own game.
" I have absolutely good memories of this tournament because of my victory. I'm going to do that tomorrow and forget everything else. "
Seven-time big winner Inbee must win the Evian championship to complete the Grand Slam career of all five major women's tournaments.
"I've been playing with Hyo Joo for the past two days, and she's pretty solid," Inbee said, "I don't think she'll falter so much. I think it's going to be a low one [to catch Kim]. Must be it. "