Michelle Wie continued to have problems with her wrist Saturday. Wie shot her worst round in four years, an 11-over 83. "It's not doing so well," said Wie of her wrist. "But I don't really -- I can't really put a number on it right now. We'll just have to see throughout the night what's going to happen."
(Wie finished the final round at 21 over par, in last place. Follow the final round on lpga.com)
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Na On Min built a one-shot lead with a seven-under 65.
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With two bogeys on the back nine, Paula Creamer might have hurt her chances for a first major. Creamer starts the day six shots back.
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Karrie Webb, who has won seven majors, put herself into contention for No. 8. Webb is only two shots off the lead.
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Suzann Pettersen eagled No. 11, but gave it back with a double bogey on 13. Still, Pettersen managed a 71 and is at nine under.
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Morgan Pressel will try to win her second major this year, sitting only three shots back.
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Also at four under is Annika Sorenstam. Sorenstam recovered from four bogeys with birdies on 14, 15, and 16.
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