Bo-Mee Lee shot into a four-stroke lead at the Mizuno Classic on Saturday with a round to play after carding an eight-under 64. The South Korean, playing in her seventh LPGA event, moved to 10 under overall ahead of Japan&aposs Rikako Morita, who shot a 68 to take outright second at the Kintetsu Kashikojima Country Club. Overnight leader Ayako Uehara of Japan shot an even-par 72 to stay at four under overall with HSBC Women&aposs Champions winner Angela Stanford, Karine Icher, Na Yeon Choi and Jenny Shin. Two-time winner of the event and overnight joint-leader Jiyai Shin produced a jittery front nine and finished with a 73. She joins world number one Yani Tseng and defending champion Momoko Ueda at three under. Australian Karrie Webb could not improve on her even-par first round with a 73 and is at one over for the tournament.