Charley Hull on the charge heading into final day at LPGA Tour Championship in Florida

Charley Hull is on the charge heading into the final day in Florida (PA Images)
Charley Hull is on the charge heading into the final day in Florida (PA Images)
9:41am, Sun 24 Nov 2019
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England's Charley Hull has stormed up the leaderboard carding a 66 on day three at the season-ending LPGA Tour Championship in Florida.

The 2016 champion carded five birdies on the back nine to finish the day in fourth place at 11-under par, just five shots behind leader Kim Sei-young.

South Korean Kim continued her scintillating form from day two by shooting a bogey-free 68 to head into the final day 16 under, while America's Nelly Korda is just a shot off the lead after her impressive 66.

England's Bronte Law is tied on nine under with seven others after shooting a 68, while compatriot Georgia Hall is two further shots behind her.

The winner of the final LPGA event of the year will not only claim the trophy but also a staggering $1.5 million cheque so it's all to play for on the final day.

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