Around Interlachen: Saturday
SHOT OF THE DAY Annika Sorenstam found the answer to her weeklong putting woes by holing a wedge for birdie after missing the green with an approach on the ninth hole. "I knew that if I carried by the pin it was going to roll back close, and then when I got to the hill I saw it was tracking to the hole," she said. "So that was really special." HOLE OF THE DAYNo. 17 For the third consecutive day the 441-yard, par-4 played as the most difficult. Playing to an average of 4.418, it gave up only two birdies while causing 27 bogeys and three doubles. BY THE NUMBERS 2: Americans among the top 12 players after three rounds, but standing first and second. 3: Players named Kim among the top 12 scorers. 4: Birdies made on the five par-5 holes Saturday by Paula Creamer. 15: Age of youngest player to make the cut, Czech Republic native Jessica Korda. 23: Putts needed by leader Stacy Lewis, left, on the way to a third-round 67.
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