Kemp is tied for fourth at 12-under, four strokes behind leader Ally Ewing in the Kroger Queen City Championship.
“Disappointing to finish bogey, bogey, but … they’re two pretty hard holes,” Kemp said
“I wanted to shoot something in the 60s. That was the goal. 70s, not in the 60s, but look, I didn’t shoot myself in the foot. I’m in there and playing well. So, yeah, got another chance tomorrow.”
The American shot into the lead with a fast start and stayed there on a soggy course on Saturday – her five-under 67 building a one-shot lead over Mexican Maria Fassi (67) who’s aiming for her first LPGA title.
Ewing’s first order of business this deep in the season is to make sure she is among the 60 who reach the final event, which she has done every year since 2017. A victory would take care of that.
Ewing has not finished in the top-10 all…