Canada's Brooke Henderson wins Meijer LPGA Classic

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Brooke Henderson bogeyed the final two holes for a 4-under 67, leaving the 19-year-old Canadian with a two-stroke lead.

"Two bogeys to finish, but that just gives me a little more motivation going into tomorrow". Shin said. "But it just kept going".

"It was just a matter of staying patient", Thompson said of her key for Saturday.

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Thompson, who has shown wonderful resilience to bounce back from the heartache and controversy surrounding the four shot penalty she incurred during the final round of the ANA Inspiration, completed a round of 64 to come from two off the 36 hole pace to take the lead into the final round. "There's like a million names within the top 10, so hopefully I can just get out front early and just keep it there".

Her younger sister, world No.1, Ariya fired a 69 in a roller-coaster round with one eagle, three birdies, one double bogey and one bogey. I rolled the ball good on the green.

Seven golfers, meanwhile, are one shot further back at 10-under, just five shots back of the lead.

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Thompson won the Kingsmill Championship last month in Virginia for her eighth LPGA Tour title after losing the ANA Inspiration in a playoff after being penalized four strokes for a rules violation reported by a television viewer.

Flooding on the golf course caused the par five 5th hole to be played as a par three today resulting in the golf course being played as a par 69 and Thompson's round of 5 under was in fact a 64. I was looking at birdie nearly every hole, which is quite nice. "I just changed the irons and it's made all the difference", said Pace.

Four golfers are at 11-under including Carlota Ciganda, Moriya Jutanugarn, Lydia Ko, and Michelle Wie - who is in position for her best finish of the year as well.

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New Zealand's Lydio Ko finished the tournament in a tie for tenth after a final round one-under 68 while Australia's Sarah Jane Smith finished in a tie for 37th.