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Honda LPGA Thailand leaderboard
-22 Ariya Jutangarn, Thailand (63)
-21 Atthaya Thitikul, Thailand (68)
-20 Amy Yang, Korea (64)
-20 So Yeon Ryu, Korea (64)
-20 Angel Yin, USA (66)
-20 Patty Tavatanakit,Thailand (70)
-19 Hannah Green, Australia (68)
-18 Chella Choi, Korea (67)
-18 Gaby Lopez, Mexico (70)
-17 Lydia Ko, NZ (71)
9:15pm - Thitikul taps in for par to see her finish in second but she'll wonder how she didn't win the tournament as she lead with two holes to go.
9:14pm - Patty Tavatanakit finishes with a birdie to move to 20-under.
9:12pm - Everyone's attention turns to Thitikul as she looks to force a playoff and she misses it and the winner is Ariya Jutangarn wins the tournament.
9:11pm - Patty Tavatanakit has a tough chip but plays it almost perfectly to leave it inches short of the hole.
9:10pm - Thitkul will have a tough chip to win the tournament and she leaves it well short and it well be a nervous putt to force a playoff.
9:07pm - Ko will claim another top ten finish even with the disappointing final round.
9:04pm - Thitikul goes for the par-five 18th green in two and she goes slightly right and into the rough. She'll need to chip in to win the tournament with an eagle or a birdie will force a playoff.
9:01pm - We are back underway with Ko having one final birdie put to finish her round and she nails it to finish with a 71.
8:33pm - No word yet on when play will resume.
7:50pm - Tournament organisers have just announced they're expecting a delay of at least 30-40 minutes.
7:49pm - What drama. The tournament organisers have blown the horn, which means players have to leave the golf course due to thunder and lightning in the area. Play has been suspended.
7:45pm - Thitkul has reached the final hole where she needs a birdie to force a playoff and her drive is long and straight down the middle. She couldn't hope for a better start.
7:42pm - What a moment as Jutangarn misses her par putt to see her drop out of the lead. She'll need a birdie at the par-five 18th to force a playoff.
7:41pm - Jutangarn taps in her birdie putt to move her into the share of the lead and a round of 63. She will have to wait on Thitikul to play the last hole to see if we have a playoff.
7:40pm - Patty Tavatanakit grabs her fifth birdie of the day at 17 to move to 19-under with one hole to play.
7:39pm - Jutangarn has an eagle putt to take the outright lead but she's missed it slightly to the right and will have a putt for birdie to go into the clubhouse at 22-under.
7:37pm - Thitikul has a long birdie putt at 17 to get to 23-under but it curls away late and she'll have an awkward putt for par.
7:35pm - How can the leader respond at 17? Thitikul hits a nice iron shot onto the green but it'll be a very long putt for birdie.
7:34pm - What a shot from Jutangarn who attacks the par-five 18 and leaves it about 10-feet short and will have a putt for eagle, which would see her take the outright lead. If she makes the putt she will card a 62 and tie the course record.
7:31pm - So Yeon Ryu finished with a birdie at 18 to join fellow Korean Amy Yang in the clubhouse with a round of 64 and at 20-under par.
7:29pm - What a big moment with Hannah Green picking up a bogey at 17, which will see her move out of contention for the title and back to 19-under.
7:22pm - Ko's second shot is on the way and it's a beautiful iron shot that lands on the green to give her a birdie chance.
7:20pm - A brilliant tee shot from Ko at 17, which has her in great position to attack.
Jutangarn misses another great chance to move level at the top but her putter has gone cold and she'll need to birdie the last if she wants to keep her title chances alive.
7:19pm - Amy Yang grabs at birdie at the last to move to 20-under and card nine birdies for the day what a round.
7:16pm - Ko has done well and tapped in for par to remain at 16-under with two holes to play.
7:10pm - A huge moment in the tournament with Thitikul having a birdie putt to open up a two shot lead but she misses it to keep the door open.
7:08pm - Ariya Jutangarn has nailed her tee shot at the 17th as she hunts a birdie to drew level with Thitikul.
7:04pm - Ko's tee shot at the par-three 16th lands on the bottom section of the green and rolls off to the fringe. It'll be a very long putt or even a chip for birdie.
7:01pm - What a putt from Jutangarn who makes a long par putt to remain one behind with two holes to play.
6:59pm - A great chance for birdie but the putter has gone cold again as she misses opportunity to close the gap and will remain at 16-under with two to play.
6:57pm - Hannah Green has grabbed back-to-back birdies to move to 20-under par just two shots off the lead.
6:55pm - What a great chip shot from Ko that lands just short of the hole and she should have an great opportunity to birdie.
6:52pm - A brilliant drive from Ko at 15 leaves her just short of the green and in a great position to set herself up for a birdie attempt.
6:47pm - Patty Tavatanakit makes a long par putt at 18-under par and just in contention.
6:40pm - Another poor putt for Ko who misses the par putt and will drop a shot at 14 to move back to 16-under, six shots off the lead.
6:39pm - Hannah Green is making a charge with a birdie at 14 to move to 19-under just three behind the leader.
6:37pm - Gabby Lopez has a tough birdie putt at 14 and she misses it just to the right and she'll settle for par to remain at 19-under.
6:30pm - Korean So Yeon Ryu is putting together a strong final round as knocks in her eighth birdie of the day to move to 20-under, just two shots off the lead.
6:27pm - Amy Yang knocks in her eighth birdie of the day to move to 19-under just three shots off the lead.
6:25pm - Ko's tee shot at the longest par-four on the golf course is left and in the trees. The Kiwi is in big trouble here.
6:20pm - A three-putt from three feet has seen Patty Tavatanakit walk away with a double bogey and moves her back to 18-under.
6:18pm - Ko has a long birdie putt and it just curls away late and she will walk away with par to remain at 17-under, five shots off the lead.
6:14pm - Ko's second shot at the 13th from the rough is onto the green but a long way from the hole to give her a tough putt for birdie.
6:12pm - Ariya Jutangarn has a birdie putt to join Thitikul at the top of the leaderboard but she starts her putt out to the right and can't bring it back so she'll have to settle for par.
6:07pm - Ko's tee shot is slightly to the left and in the rough but she should have a good lie to attack the green on the par-four.
6:05pm - Ko has a birdie putt at 12 and she nails it. Is this the start of her run? The Kiwi moves to 17-under.
6:03pm - Thitikul has a very long birdie putt to open up a three shot lead but it just misses to the right and she'll settle for par.
5:58pm - Ko's tee shot at the par-three 12th is beautful and leaves it about 10-foot from the hole and she'll have another opportunity for birdie.
5:52pm - Ko has an opporunity for birdie but she leaves it just short and will settle for another par.
5:50pm - A great putt from Thitikul and she's got her fifth birdie of the day and opend up a two shot lead.
5:49pm - Patty Tavatanakit has a eagle putt but leaves it just short but she'll tap it in for birdie to move to 20-under.
5:44pm - Ko's ball is in thick rough and her shot is brilliant and sets her up for a long birdie putt.
5:41pm - Ko's tee shot at 11 goes slightly left and is in the rough.
5:38pm - The putting woes continue for Ko who sees her birdie putt at 10 clip the edge and roll out. She stays at 16-under, five shots off the lead.
5:37pm - What a putt from Hannah Green to move her to 18-under par just three shots off the lead.
5:33pm - A beautiful chip shot from the Ko and she'll have a birdie putt to move her to 17-under.
5:27pm - Thitikul has a birdie putt to give herself a two shot lead but she misses it just to the right and will settle for par.
Chella Choi nails her birdie putt to move back to 18-under par through 10 holes.
5:20pm - Ko's tee shot at the par-five 10th is long and straight. A great way to start the back nine, she'll need to go on a run if she wants to claim the title.
5:18pm - After an eagle at seven, Gabby Lopez has produced back-to-back bogies to move back to 18-under, three shots off the lead.
5:15pm - Ko just can't make a putt today as she leaves her birdie attempted short and will move to the back nine five shots off the lead.
5:13pm - Thitikul leaves her birdie put just inches short, should've blowed it but she'll have to settle for par.
5:12pm - Patty Tavatanakit has a long birdie putt to tie the lead and it just moves away to the left and she'll tap it in for par.
5:09pm - Ko's iron shot is good out fot he rough but it'll still be a long birdie putt.
5:05pm - Ko is struggling today with her tee shot at nine going right and into the rough.
Ariya Jutangarn picking up her sixth birdie of the day to move to 19-under.
5:02pm - The putter has gone cold for Ko who can't make her birdie putt and she'll have to settle for par and remains at 16-under.
4:59pm - Thitkul has a long birdie putt to give herself the outright lead and she curls it to give her the outright lead.
Lopez has a very long putt for par and she can't make it and all of a sudden the Thai player has a two shot lead.
4:54pm - A great tee shot from the Kiwi at the par-three eighth has set herself up nicely for an opportunity for birdie.
4:52pm - Chella Choi grabs her third straight birdie and fifth for the day to move to 18-under.
4:47pm - Ko has a putt for birdie and she's started it out the left and it doesn't come back so she'll have to settle for par.
Lopez has a putt for eagle and she nails it to move to 20-under and into a share of the lead.
4:46pm - Amy Yang's hot start to her round as come to an end with a bogey at nine.
4:44pm - Ko's iron shot at the seventh lands nicely on the green and she'll have a 15 foot putt for birdie.
4:43pm - Wow what a shot from Lopez with a long iron shot landing just inches from the hole and her putt will be for eagle, which could see her take the lead after Tavatanakit dropped at shot at 6.
Thitkul makes her biride putt to go to 20-under and into the lead.
4:38pm - Chella Choi gets her second birdie in a row and her fourth of the day to move her to 17-under, three shots off the lead.
4:34pm - Ko's troubles continue with her tee shot at the par-five seventh onto the cart path and in the trees and she's in big trouble here.
4:28pm - Ko's poor iron game has come back to cost her and she can't make the long par putt to see her move back to 16-under four shots off the lead.
4:27pm - Patty Tavatanakit has a very long birdie putt from the edge of the green and she's nailed it to take a one shot lead.
4:22pm - Ko is continuing to struggle with her iron game as she leaves her approach again short at six.
4:20pm - Ariya Jutanugarn taps in for her fourth birdie of the day through six holes to move her to 17-under. Amy Yang has continued her amazing start with her fifth straight birdie to move her to 18-under.
4:13pm - Gabby Lopez taps in her birdie putt to move to 18-under and outright second, while Ko makes her par putt.
4:12pm - A magnificent chip shott from Ko should see her avoide par with a very short putt to come.
4:09pm - Ko's approach at five is poor and lands short of the green in the rough so she'll have to use her short game to get her out of trouble.
4:05pm - Patty Tavatanakit has long par putt and it just sneeks in to keep her in the share of the lead. Thitikul misses a pretty simple biride put, which sees her remain at 19-under.
4:03pm - Ko's tee shot at five is loong and straight, which will set her up to attack the green.
4:01pm - A fourth straight birdie for Amy Yang and her fifth of the day to move her to 17-under through six holes.
3:59pm - Ko has a long birdie putt and it's just curled away to the left and she will tap in for par. What a putt from Hannah Green to get her to 17-under just two shots off the lead.
3:54pm - Ko's tee shot at the par-three fourth is nice but it'll be a long birdie putt for the Kiwi.
3:50pm - Ko makes no mistake and makes the par putt to keep her at 17-under.
3:46pm - A great chip shot from Ko gets her to about five foot short of the hole and she will have a put for par, while Atthaya Thitikul has taken the lead with a birdie at the second.
3:45pm - Amy Yang has continued her impressive start. After a birdie at the first, she went on to par the second before three straight birdies has seen her move to 16-under.
3:43pm - Ko's second shot on the par-four third misses the green and she will do well to get up and down from there to avoid bogey.
3:41pm - German Caroline Masson has made a horrible start with a double bogey on the opening hole to drop back to 15-under.
3:39pm - After a birdie on the opening hole Korean Chella Choi has boged the third to drop back to 14-under.
3:38pm - Atthaya Thitkul has made a great start to birdie on the opening hole to move into the share of the lead.
3:35pm - Lydia Ko has made a great start with a birdie at the second to move just one shot off the lead. Lopez also birdies the second to move to 17-under.
3:32pm - Korean Amy Yang has made a brilliant start to her round with three birdies in her first four holes to move to 15-under.
3:20pm - Lydia Ko has made a solid start to her round with a par on the opening hole while playing partner Hannah Green birdied the first to move her to 16-under and Gaby Lopez could manage par.
3:13pm - Korean Chella Choi has made a great start to her final round to birdie the opening hole to move to 15-under
3:10pm: South Africa's Ashleigh Buhai has made a bright start to her final round to make headway on the leaders to be -2 thru two holes to get to -14.
3:00pm - Lydia Ko is in the second to last group of the day teeing off at 3pm (NZ time). She will play alongside Mexican Gaby Lopez and Australian Hannah Green
Kia ora, welcome to Newshub's live updates of Lydia Ko's final round at the Honda LPGA Thailand event in Chonburi.
Ko starts the final round in a share of fourth with Mexican Gaby Lopez, trailing Thailand's Patty Tavatanakit, who sits atop the leaderboard at 18-under - one shot clear of her pursuers.
Scoring hasn't been an issue for the Kiwi, who has recorded 21 birdies across her three rounds, but mixed in three bogies and one double bogey to sit at 16-under.
Ko started the tournament with a blemish-free six-under 66, before carding a colourful 67 that included eight birdies, a bogey and a double.
On 'moving day', Ko continued her free scoring to draw level with the leader at one point and stay within striking distance with another five-under 67 to keep her in the hunt for her 17th LPGA title.
German Caroline Masson and Thailand's Atthaya Thitikul are at 17-under, one shot behind Tavatanakit.
Honda LPGA Thailand leaderboard
-18 Patty Tavatanakit (Thailand)
-17 Caroline Masson (Germany)
-17 Atthaya Thitikul (Thailand)
-16 Gaby Lopez (Mexico)
-16 Lydia Ko (NZ)
-15 Hannah Green (Australia)
-14 Angel Yin (USA)
-14 Chella Choi (Korea)