Thompson is chasing a 9th LPGA Tour title at the age of just 22 but having won and finished runner-up in two of her four starts since the debacle at Mission Hills she appears to have put the memory of that well and truly in the back of her mind.
The fans, she said, bring her special joy. "But this week seems to be a turnaround week, and hopefully I can just finish strong the next two days".
"I was looking at birdie nearly every hole, which is quite nice", Pace said. "Seeing the little kids out here, that's what makes the game and I absolutely love it". "So yeah, felt pretty good".
Thompson leads by one over a myriad of golfers including Sung Hyun Park, Jenny Shin, Lee-Anne Pace, and overnight leader Brooke Henderson.
The rains came in at Blythefield Country Club pushing the 3rd round tee times back two hour.
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A three-times victor on the LPGA Tour, Henderson has recorded just one top-five finish this season. "You know, I sometimes overthink things and I'm just trying to have more fun with my caddie in between shots and he does great with just helping me relax out there", she explained.
"Everything was just kind of going my way". "It's been a packed leaderboard since the very first shot on the first hole".
But the new world No.1 has had a slow start in MI, carding back-to-back rounds of two-under 69 to share 30th place with 11 others.
Ko offset two birdies with a bogey across the front nine on Saturday (NZT) to turn one-under the card, then added another birdie at the par-five 11th.
Mirim Lee, Madelene Sagstrom, Stacy Lewis, Emily Pedersen, and 2017 winners Shanshan Feng and Cristie Kerr are at -10 through three rounds and in prime position for a Sunday charge.
Play will resume Sunday morning at 8:09 a.m. with the final pairings taking the course at 10:10 a.m.