Two-time champion Cristie Kerr shot a 5-under 66 on Saturday to take a two-stroke lead over second-ranked Stacy Lewis and Suzann Pettersen after the third round of the LPGA Tour's Kingsmill Championship.
Kerr, the only two-time winner at the River Course, made six birdies to reach 10-under 203. She took command on a day when seven players shared the lead at one point or another, then faltered or couldn't keep pace.
''Saturday is definitely moving day, but I've got to look at it like I'm two back tomorrow because that's when I play my best golf,'' Kerr said. ''I'm looking at it as moving day tomorrow as well because if you're not moving, someone else is going to. That's kind of where my head is right now.''
Lewis shot a 69, and Pettersen, the 2007 champion, had a 68. Angela Stanford was three strokes back after a 70, and Ilhee Lee was fifth at 6 under after an all-over-the-place 69.
''There's definitely no chickens to be counted,'' Kerr said. ''You have to play a really good roun...