Cheyenne Woods will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the Ladies Masters on the Gold Coast.
Woods, the niece of world number one Tiger Woods, is 12-under through three rounds at Royal Pines.
It was a rollercoaster round for the American as she mixed seven birdies with five bogeys to card a 71.
That has her one stroke clear of South African Stacy Lee Bregman heading into Sunday's final round.
"It comes down to the fire in your belly and fighting for every shot especially on the final day," Woods said.
"It would be huge accomplishment (to win). I'm already happy with how it's been going but to have that win would be the cherry on top.
"I'm excited to be in this situation so I'm just going to take it all in and enjoy every moment."
Australian 17-year-old amateur Minjee Lee carded a 69 to move up to 10 under and outright third.
Englishwoman Trish Johnson and Swede Camilla Lennarth are tied for fourth a stroke back with the winner looking likely to come from the top five.