Duo share lead in South Korea
Anna Nordqvist and Katherine Hull-Kirk shot two-under-par 70s to share the lead after two rounds of the LPGA KEB-HanaBank Championship.
The pair will both head into the final round on seven under par, one stroke ahead of Norway's defending champion Suzann Pettersen and Korean pair Pak Ju-young and Amy Yang.
Three other Koreans, Kim Sei-young, Seo Hee-kyung and Kim Ha-neul were on five under, along with American Alison Walshe.
Australia's Hull-Kirk, who carded an opening round 67, had a mixed second day in Incheon, South Korea.
She started well with two birdies in the first three holes but could only double bogey the fourth.
She bogeyed three more holes but finished in credit after three birdies and an eagle.
Hull-Kirk said: "There was obviously a lot of mistakes today.
"I was fortunate I made enough birdies to kind of make up for it.
"But I feel confident with where my game is, and really happy to be in this position."
Sweden's Nordqvist played a more steady round, carding four birdies and two bogeys.
Back-to-back birdies at the eighth and ninth gave hope of a strong back nine but came home in level par.
Nordqvist said: "I played really solid. I had a lot of opportunities and I putted a lot of good putts that seemed to go in.
"I had a couple really good shots that just caught the wind, but overall I'm in a good spot going into tomorrow so I'm very happy."
Nordqvist is looking for her first tournament victory since 2009 while Hull-Kirk last won in 2010.