I.K. Kim has taken control of the ISPS Handa Ladies European Open at the Buckinghamshire Golf Club in Denham, England. In-Kyung Kim / Getty Images In-Kyung shot a bogey free -9 under par 63, equaling the course record, to take control of the Ladies European Masters, posting a -14 under par total. giving her a four shot advantage over the field. She took her inspiration from English caddie Gerald Adams who was too weak to work last year, recovering from cancer treatment. This year during the Pro/Am an errant ball broke his nose; “He inspired me in so many ways this week. He’s just so positive and such a good person to be around and I think that really relaxed me, being with the right person. When there’s a situation that’s not too easy he just makes jokes out of it. He doesn’t take himself too seriously and he’s so kind.” “Condition wise it was a bit tricky today because it rained a lot last night. The greens were a little bit softer and I think that helped a bit too, scoring wise. There was a little bit of luck there because on the front nine it poured for two holes but I was hitting wedge into the green so I was lucky that I was able to score well on those holes.” Gerald and his broken nose / Getty Images In second place on her own is the young Australian amateur Minjee Lee who carded a flawless third round of -5 under par 67, which gives her a -10 under par total. Minjee said it was a stress free day; “It was pretty stress free and no bogeys and I gave myself a lot of opportunities. I missed a couple and made some. I can improve on it so I’m looking forward to it tomorrow. The greens were really soft and I could get to the front pins so that helped for everyone. It only rained for one hole for me and the weather was perfect for golf.” Amelia Lewis and Sarah Kemp share third place, both at -9 under for the tournament. Amelia shot -4 under par 68, while Sarah stood still recording a third round of even par 70. Amelia was happy not to record any bogey's; “No bogeys. I was very consistent and only missed one green, which was why I played so well. I had a lot of birdie opportunities and my caddie kept me in a good mood.” England's Charley Hull scored a -4 under par 68 to be at -4 under-par going into the final round, but is a long way behind; “I putted better today. I spent three hours on the green after my round yesterday to get it working so it was feeling good."