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Asian players share lead at LPGA’s Virginia event

Taiwan’s Wei-Ling Hsu and Thailand’s Moriya Jutanugarn stand at 10 under entering final round of Pure Silk Championship

5: Number of consecutive birdies that Taiwan’s Wei-Ling Hsu made early in her round Saturday as she shot 6-under 65 to share the lead with Thailand’s Moriya Jutanugarn at the LPGA’s Pure Silk Championship. They were tied at 10-under 203 at Kingsmill Resort’s River Course in Williamsburg, Va. Hsu, 26, who is looking for her first victory, birdied Nos. 3 through 7. Jutanugarn, 26, is looking for her second career victory and her first in three years. She made five birdies and an eagle, at the par-5 seventh, against one bogey. American Jessica Korda shot 67 and stands alone in third place, at 9-under 204. American Lizette Salas shot 64, the second-best round of the day, to surge into a tie for fourth with Australia’s Sarah Kemp, the second-round leader, at 8-under 205. The tournament is the first of nine consecutive U.S. stops on the LPGA’s 2021 schedule. (For scores, click here.)

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