PITTSFORD, N.Y. – Cristie Kerr liked running away in historic fashion with the Wegmans LPGA Championship two years ago, but she will enjoy coming from behind just as much.
With a 2-under-par 70 Saturday, she moved to even par, four shots off the lead going into the final round.
After winning by 12 shots at Locust Hill in 2010, Kerr knows she can go low here. She is seeking her first win since winning here.
“I’m ready to make a Sunday charge,” Kerr said. “I definitely am. I think I’m in a perfect position to let [the leaders] have all the pressure on them in the last couple groups and maybe I can post a number.”
Kerr rebounded nicely from a 76 Friday, when she said she battled a migraine.
“I was there mentally today for the whole day,” Kerr said. “I was thankful for that.”