So Yeon Ryu made her first bogey of the tournament Saturday at the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open. The bogey, coming at the par-4 third hole, was her only one of the day, though, as Ryu carded a third-round 5-under 67 to keep her lead at London Hunt and Country Club in Ontario.
Ryu, who had made 52 putts through 36 holes, saw her total rise to 82, but she did miss just two fairways and two greens. Her six birdies Saturday gave her 21 through 54 holes.
At 20 under, Ryu leads Azahara Munoz and Na Yeon Choi by four shots. Munoz moved into contention with a third-round 63.
Inbee Park, last week’s Wegmans LPGA champion, is solo fourth at 14 under while Anna Nordqvist is fifth at 13 under.