Hee Young Park birdied three of the last four ending CME Group Titleholders.

Gal managed a one-under 71. The duo finished 54 holes at seven-under-par 209. Gal won the Kia Classic earlier this year for her first tour victory, while Park will go for her first win on Sunday.

Park played the first 14 holes at even-par before staging her late rally.

Suzann Pettersen carded a four-under 68 to move into third place at minus-six. Paula Creamer bogeyed two of the last three holes to fall two strokes back at five-under 211. She shot 71 in the third round at Grand Cypress Resort.

Women's world No. 1 Yani Tseng was nine strokes off the pace entering the round. She flew into contention with a six-under 66 that helped her jump into a tie for fifth at minus-four. She was joined there by second-round leader Na Yeon Choi, who stumbled to a three-over 75 on Saturday.