SINGAPORE - Inbee Park shot a 4-under 68 to take a two-stroke lead after the third round of the HSBC Women's Champions on Saturday.
''I gave myself a lot of opportunities,'' said Park, who is seeking her 13th LPGA victory. ''I didn't make all of them, but I was able to handle myself out there being patient out there and no bogeys is a really great result.''
The 17-year-old Ko is bidding for her seventh career LPGA victory and her third win in as many weeks. She won the Women's Australian Open two weeks ago and the Women's New Zealand Open last week.
''That would be I guess a dream three weeks,'' Ko said. ''But I'm just going to try my best. The girls are playing good golf and it's a tough course. Just one shot can cost you a couple.''
Lewis is third in the world rankings behind Ko and Park.
''The final group on a Sunday is where you want to be, so no matter - doesn't matter who is in the group,'' Lewis said. ''This is the position I want to be in tomorrow.''
Michelle Wie fell into a tie for 38th after a round of 74 that included a bogey, a double bogey and a birdie.