Tournament leaders Lydia Ko and Arija Jutanugarn are on the course as the final round of the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open reaches its conclusion at Royal Melbourne.
Ko and Jutanugarn begin the last round at seven-under par, one shot ahead of South Korea's Amy Yang.
Englishwoman Charley Hull is the player showing signs of charging out of the pack, making two birdies in the first four holes to move to three-under for the tournament.
Australian Katherine Hull, who began at four-under, made a bogey at the first hole to dampen her chances.
Big crowds have gathered at the composite course in sweltering heat for the final round.