England's Charley Hull and Holly Clyburn and South Korea's Choi Eun-woo shared the third-round lead at the Australian Ladies Masters on a tough day for scoring Saturday on the Royal Pines resort course.
Clyburn shot a 1-over 74 and Choi and Hull both had 75s for 54-hole totals of 4-under 215.
Second-round leader Rebecca Artis of Australia (79), South Korean-born Australian Oh Su-hyun (72) and Tonje Daffinrud of Norway (72) were a stroke behind.
Only seven of 67 players who made the cut broke par on Saturday.
Defending champion Cheyenne Woods, Tiger's Woods' niece, shot 73 Saturday after a 78 on Friday nearly forced her to miss the cut. She's nine strokes behind the leaders, level with English veteran Laura Davies, who shot 76.