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McDonald moves up at final major

17 September 2017

McDonald shot a 3-under 68 on Saturday at the Evian Championship in France and is tied for 15th, six strokes behind leader Moriya Jutanugarn. But I don't really like have to push - like I don't want to be really pushy, like it has to be next week, next month.

Jutanugarn's first-round 65 put the young Thai player in prime position to claim her first LPGA title.

"I probably don't feel that bad playing on the golf course rather than watching my sister play", said Moriya, who recalled feeling "nervous, excited" a year ago when finishing her round to watch Ariya win at Woburn, England.

Queenslander Sarah Jane Smith also fought her way into the mix at one under with her own stellar second round of three-under-par 68. "I don't think it is quite so stressful when you are the one playing". I was very happy for her. "But personally, I feel more comfortable to actually chase those top players from the back".

The only sisters to have won on the LPGA Tour are the Swedes Annika and Charlotta Sorenstam. Perhaps Sunday at Evian will finally be the day.

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Kirk will start the final round just two shots off the lead after shooting a two-under-par 69 second round on Saturday to get to seven under. I would be lying if I didn't say I was surprised the scores were wiped out.

Two pairs of brothers have won major titles, though not for more than 50 years.

She came into the week confident after turning her form around this year, capturing her first LPGA title since 2010 at the Thornberry Classic in Wisconsin in early July. "I just need to just accept it". But she went on to finish in a disappointing tie for 16th at St Andrews.

"That was a huge confidence boost, especially after struggling for a couple years and questioning whether I'd be playing much longer", said Kirk. "Golf is amusing; I wasn't expecting it for sure, but yeah, I kind of surprised myself even, and certainly since then, it's just, yeah, been nice".

"It's just nice to know you can still do it at 35 years old and as one of the older players out here".

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Katherine Kirk maintained her third-place standing a fter posting a 69.

She went into the last day of play in third place, on seven-under par, two strokes adrift of Thailand's Moriya Jutanugarn.

"There's no easy holes out there, so I think that kind of helps keep me engaged, keep me focused", said Kirk, whose best Evian finish was a T15 result in 2013. "Trying to get into the Olympics is even a thought".

This season has been ripe with first-time major winners after Danielle Kang won the KPMG PGA Championship and Sung Hyun Park won at the U.S. Women's Open.

Three players are now tied for the 73rd position in the standings with 409 points - Ryann O'Toole, Tiffany Joh and Ally McDonald.

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McDonald moves up at final major