Kylie Walker has set a new Ladies European Tour record, carding three consecutive rounds of -8 under par 64, at the Ladies German Open. Even from the tree's, Kylie Walker / Getty Images Kylie sits atop the Ladies German Open leaderboard on -24 under par, with a six shot lead going into the final round tomorrow. The picture above shows Kylie recovering from having had to take a penalty drop behind a tree, she holed a 9-iron shot from 132 yards for the first of four straight birdies; “On 14, that was a real stroke of luck really, I had three-putted 13 for bogey and then tugged my tee shot on 14 and it had hit a tree, but from the tee we couldn’t see what had happened. I got up there and the ball was still in the tree about two feet off the ground. So I took two club length’s penalty drop and I didn’t have a line at all. I hit a 9-iron over bushes and a tree and then ran out to see where it went and it managed to go in, so it was crazy. I had to calm myself down after that.” Charley Hull is tied in second place, she also fired a -8 under par 64, to get her to -18 under par for the tournament, despite not getting off to a good start; “I didn’t really get off to a fast start, because I birdied the first but didn’t hole many putts on my front nine. I missed a short putt on the fourth hole from five feet and could have birdied the next couple of holes but I’m happy with a steady round of golf. Hopefully a low one tomorrow will put me up there.” With Charley on that -18 under par score is YU Yang Zhang, she posted -5 under par 67 today, and is not too fazed about matching it up with the big hitters, to try and win her first L.E.T. tournament; “I think I will be playing with two long hitters so I will stick to my game plan and just try to make birdies and focus on my shots.” Would be great if Kylie could post another -8 under par, what a tremendous feat that would be.