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Day three is on the way at The Grange Golf Club with overnight leaders Wei-Ling Hsu and Madelene Sagstrom who start tapping at 21.20 local time.
Wei-Ling Hsu is only 24 and becomes the best player in Taiwan. Her appearance at the top of the leaderboard for the second consecutive day should not surprise; she is in 69th place in the world and last year was close to the top 30 LPGA Tour money list. She also finished fifth in the US Women & # 39; s Open. She has serious play and after her brilliant opening 65 she backed up yesterday with 69.
Madelene Sagstrom from Sweden picked her way in The Grange today in 67 to join Hsu at the age of 10.
Sagstrom earned more than $ US $ 200,000 last year on the LPGA Tour and continues to accelerate her career at the age of 26.
Directly behind that pair is the 22-year-old Perth professional Hannah Green and America's hugely talented 20-year-old Nelly Korda, who is already one of the best players in the world, as well as former Haru Nomura winner of Japan.
VIEW: Round two highlights in The Grange