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Cheyenne Woods has 1-stroke lead at Australian Ladies Masters

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Karrie Webb tees off in the second round of the 2014 Ladies Masters at Royal Pines Resort on Australia's Golf Coast on Friday.

GOLD COAST, Australia (AP) -- American Cheyenne Woods will take a one-stroke lead into the final round of the Australian Ladies' Masters after shooting a 2-under 71 on Saturday to stay on track for her first professional victory.

The 23-year-old niece of Tiger Woods had a three-round total of 12-under 207 at the Royal Pines Resort.

Stacey Lee Bregman of South Africa, who shared the lead with Woods at the start of the round, had a 72 to hold second place, a stroke ahead of 17-year-old Minjee Lee, the Australian amateur champion, who shot a 69.

Woods mixed seven birdies with five bogeys in a choppy third round, finishing strongly with four birdies on her last five holes.

Bregman had four birdies and three bogeys, taking second place with a birdie at the 18th.

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Webb signed for a second-straight 1-over 74 which would have made the cut. She quickly notified officials at the Ladies European Tour event she had made an error, signing for par on the 12th when she had made bogey.

Ladies European Tour tournament director Fraser Munro said "it was quite clear she signed for an incorrect scorecard. She was obviously disappointed."

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