Sexy Cristie Kerr has claimed the third round lead at -10 under par at the Kingsmill Championship after her stunning round of -5 under par, 66, to lead the tournament by two shots. Cristie Kerr / LPGA Fifteen time LPGA Tour winner Cristie has already won twice here at the River Course, and she now has a two shot lead heading into the final round. She is pretty confident of victory here; " You have to really play a good round tomorrow either whether you're two ahead or two behind, like I said. I think just going to try to stay lose, I'm going to try and stay focused and, you know, in those pressure situations, pressure moments tomorrow that I'm going to face, I think I've just got to keep doing what I've done, you know, the last three days and that's really focus on the process of the shot. I know it sounds kind of boring, but that's when I do my best. If I do that and I start rolling the rock, I'm going to be hard to beat." Tied in second place are Stacy Lewis ans Suzann Petterson, both at -8 under par, they are no strangers themselves when it comes to victories. Suzann thinks it is all up for grabs tomorrow; " Yeah, I mean, I think there's a lot of great players out there right there in the mix. Cristie's two ahead, I don't really think that that's a massive advantage right now. I mean, we're all going to go out tomorrow trying to shoot as low as we can. It would take more than 10‑under to win, so I guess, I don't know, we'll see after four rounds who's on top. I just think this golf course produces a winner with a good ball striker, it's a ball striker's course. It has produced probably the best ball strikers champions in the past. There will never be a surprise around this track of who's going to win it." Stacy agreed, saying the tournament had a Solhiem Cup feeling to it; " You look at the past champions, we've talked about it all week, but I think it's great for the fans, you know. They know our names, they've seen us win, and it's good for the tournament to have players up there like that. We kind of had a little Solheim Cup feel today going." Ariya Jutanugarn, the overnight leader, had a poor round today, really dropping out of contention at -5 under par for the tournament. She had a bogey on her first hole and never seemed to recover, she said it was not nerves but really bad putting; " You know, I never nervous with my game today, just have bad for putting and just miss my driver on 1st hole, that's it. First hole I had bogey, I hit my driver so I tried to hit my low ball but it went to the left to the water and I have bogey, and second I have bogey again and, you know, like after that my putting's like so bad like it make me feel like not confident with my game today because I made like yesterday, I made like short putt three feet two or three time today and I still feel; I tried to track the line, tried to trust my putting but I still miss it a lot."