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HSBC Women's World Championship leaderboard
Hyo Joo Kim (Korea) -17 (finished 64)
Hannah Green (Australia) -16 (finished 69)
Patty Tavatanakit (Thailand) -15 (finished 65)
Xiyu Lin (China) -15 (finished 71)
Inbee Park (Korea) -15 (finished 70)
So Yeon Ryu (Korea) -12 (finished 70)
Lydia Ko (NZ) -11 (finished 71)
Gaby Lopez (Mexico) -11 (finished 73)
Green has a monster putt for birdie and to win the title and she has flown it by and will have a 10-foot putt to force a playoff. She has missed it, which means Hyo Jim Kim is the winner.
Green's approach shot is poor and she'll do very well to get up-and-down to force a playoff.
Ko has a very long birdie putt as she looks to end the tournament on a high. It has great weight but it misses to the left and she finishes at 11-under with a final round 71. Six shots off the leaders.
Green has a eight-foot putt for par and she misses. What a big moment. She moves back to tied with Hyo Joo Kim who is in the clubhouse at 17-under. Green will need to birdie the last if she does't want a playoff.
Inbee Park has monster birdie putt to get back within two. She's given it a lot of pace and it flies by and she'll do well to tap it in for par.
Green has a long birdie putt to open up a two shot lead but she's left it very short and has a tough putt to stay in front.
Ko has reached the final hole and her final drive is straight down the middle. She'll be looking for a positive finish.
The final group has two holes to play. Green has a birdie putt to take the outright lead and nails it. What a clutch putt. She leads by one with two holes remaining.
Patty Tavatanakit has finished her round at 15-under and looks like finishing tied third.
Hyo Joo Kim taps in for par to be the clubhouse leader at 17-under.
Hyo Joo Kim has a birdie putt at 18 to take the outright lead. But it starts right and doesn't come in. She will go into the clubhouse at 17-under if she taps it in.
Ko has a putt at 16 to move one closer but the story of her day is another missed putt and she settles for par.
Ko has had to settle for a par at 15 and you would think her chances of winning are gone as she sits six behind.
The co-leader Hyo Joo Kim has reached the final hole the par-four 18th. You would think she'll need a birdie if she wants to win the tournament and she starts with a brilliant drive.
Hyo Joo Kim has a chance to take the outright lead with a birdie putt but she's left it short and will have to settle for par.
Green has a very long putt for birdie at 15 to take the outright lead and it's a great putt but it just misses and she'll have to settle for a par.
Lin has a long birdie putt herself on 15 to get to one behind and just like Green it just misses.
Hyo Joo Kim's tee shot at 17 is magnificent and she has a great opportunity for birdie and move back into the outright lead.
Lin has a birdie putt at 14 and it looks like it will drop but it stays at and she remains at 15-under.
What a shot from Hannah Green and a big moment in this tournament. From about 120 metres out she lands her iron shot just short of the hole and rolls for an eagle. She joins Hyo Joo Kim at 17-under.
Inbee Park has important putt for par at 12 and she misses. What a big moment that is. Hyo Joo Kim has a two-shoot lead.
Ko's second shot at 14 is beautiful, her best of the day and leaves her a seven-foot birdie putt to move to five behind.
The final group have all found trouble at 13. Lin plays a nice bunker shot, which should see her get up-and-down.
Ko has a tough putt for birdie at 13 and it catches the edge and misses and she will settle for par.
Hyo Joo Kim has a birdie putt at 15 for the outright lead and she nails it for her eighth birdie to move to 17-under.
Ko's in big trouble here at 13 and has a chip shot in thick rough and she fires it at the pin and rolls off the green. She will do well to get up and down here.
Hyo Joo Kim is on fire and her tee shot at 15th is a beauty and gives her a chance for her eighth birdie of the day.
Lin has a long birdie putt to get one behind but she can't make it and stay at 14-under.
Park has a birdie putt to get into a share of the lead and she nails it to join Hyo Joo Kim at the top of the leaderboard.
For the first time in the tournament the world No.9 Hyo Joo Kim has the outright lead after a beautiful putt for birdie at 14.
Ko's drive at the par-five 13th is a nice draw to the right which will put her in a great position for her iron shot.
Ko has a putt for birdie to get back to 12-under. She needs this but she can't get it and will have to settle for par. Ko needs to start putting well if she is going to get back in contention.
What a great shot from Lopez. She was in big trouble on the 12th and her third shot needed to be perfect and it was. It left her with a very easy putt for par to stay at 11-under.
Ko's second shot at the par-four 12th is a beauty and gives her a great opportunity for birdie which she needs.
Green taps in for par to stay in a share of the lead. Park has a birdie putt for the outright lead but it catches the edges and rolls out. She'll have to settle for par.
Tavatanakit taps in for birdie to move one shot behind.
Patty Tavatanakit has a very good opportunity for eagle but it just misses but she'll tap in for bridie to move one shot behind.
Ko can't make her par putt so will drop back to 11-under four shots off the lead. How crucial will that be?
Ko's third shot at the par-four 11th is a tough wedge shot, which she has left 15-foot short so will have a tough shot for par.
Green has a long putt for birdie to take the outright lead but leaves it just short and will tap in for par.
Ko's drive at 11 is straight down the middle. The Kiwi will need to start getting a move on if she wants to win this tournament.
Hyo Joo Kim has hit the shot of the day. Her second shot at the par-four 12th almost rolls in and stops inches short and she'll tap in for birdie to move into a share of the lead, which she does
Lopez misses a relatively simple par putt and drops back to 11-under while Ko taps in for par to stay at 12-under, three behind.
Ko has a monster putt for birdie but she leaves it short and wide and it will be a tough putt for par.
The Kiwi has found some trouble with a wayward tee-shot into the trees but she does well with her iron shot to find the dance floor and give her a very long putt for birdie.
Green has a putt for birdie but misses and will have to settle for par.
Hyo Joo kim finds another birdie this time at 11 her sixth of the day to move to 14-under.
Patty Tavatanakit has a birdie putt for her sixth of the day and she misses it slightly to the left to stay at 13-under.
Ko has a put for birdie but she's pushed it to the right to stay at 12-under three shots behind the leaders at the halfway stage.
Ko's second shot at nine is very nice and leaves her with a birdie attempt to move two shots back of Park and Green
Inbee Park has a put to take the outright lead and it rolls around the hole and in to take the lead at 15-under.
Lin has a putt for birdie to move a shot behind Park and she nails it to move to 14-under.
Green has a simple putt for birdie to join Park at 15-under and makes it.
Lydia Ko has made it to her final hole on the front nine and her drive is straight down the middle.
Green misses her eagle putt but leaves herself with a great chance for birdie.
Xiyu Lin has a putt for eagle as well and she misses it just to the right but should tap in for birdie to move into a share of the lead.
Patty Tavatanakit has made her birdie putt to move to 13-under one shot behind the leaders. This tournament will come down to the wire.
Green goes with the three-wood and smashes it onto the green to set her up for a long eagle.
Her playing partner Xiyu Lin also uses a three-wood and knocks it onto the green to give her an eagle opportunity.
Inbee Park doesn't have the length her playing partners have but she has knocked her iron shot on for a birdie opportunity.
Great chance for Ko to move within one of the lead but she just misses it to the right and taps in for par.
Lopez has a lengthy putt for par after finding the water off the tee and she nails the putt to keep her at 12-under.
Ko's third from just short of the green at the par-five eighth is a beauty and sets her up for birdie.
Hyo Joo Kim continues her hot form with another birdie to move her to 13-under one shot back.
Hyo Joo Kim is starting to light it up with three birdies in four holes to bring her into contention at 12-under.
At the long par-five Ko uses the three wood to get into the middle of the fairway.
The three players in the final group all make par at seven to keep Park and Green at 14-under while Lin stays at 13-under.
Ko's drive is slightly wide and lands in the first cut of rough but she shouldn't have too many problems from there.
Leader Green goes long and right on her tee shot at seven and she'll do well to avoid dropping a shot here.
Lopez is in trouble off the tee with her drive looking like it might have found the water.
Ko has a putt for birdie at seven to move one back but she leaves it short and will tap in for par.
Patty Tavatanakit has a monster putt for eagle which just misses but she'll have an easy putt for birdie to move to 12-under through eight holes
Lopez can't make her long birdie putt but will tap in for par to remain two back at 12-under.
Green has an opportunity to retake the lead outright but her birdie putt just misses to keep her at 14-under.
Xiyu Lin has a birdie putt at six to join the two leaders but misses it to the right.
Inbee Park just sneaks her par putt in to remain in the shear of the lead.
Ko's drive on the par-three seventh is nice and rolls to about 20 feet from the pin to give her a birdie putt.
Lopez leaves her tee shot short but it's still on the dance floor and will have a very long putt for birdie.
Inbee Park makes a beautiful putt at five to move into a share of the lead with Australian Hannah green at 14-under.
Never looked like missing. Ko makes her second birdie of the day and moves to 12-under two shots back.
Ko has a tricky shot from rough but she nails it with a wonderful shot and she'll have a very good opportunity for birdie put to move to within two shots of the lead.
Green has a birdie put to extend on lead on the fifth and she misses it and settles for par to stay one clear.
Lydia Ko's drive on the sixth is a little wayward and flirts with the bunker but looks like it's an alright lie.
Ko has a put for birdie from the edge of the green on the fifth but it curls away late and just misses, so she'll have to settle for par.
Gabby Lopez misreads her eagle putt and leaves herself with a tough putt to make birdie. She makes no mistake to move back to 12-under.
Hannah Green makes par on the fourth to keep her one in front.
Ko's playing partner Gabby Lopez backs up her huge drive with a long iron shot to set up an eagle put.
Co-leader Xiyu Lin made a meal of the par-four third and resulted in a bogey to see her drop out of the lead and back to 13-under.
Patty Tavatanakit has continued her hot start picking up her third birdie in the first five holes to move to 11-under three shots off the lead.
Lopez makes her bogey putt to move back to 11-under.
What a putt from the Kiwi who nails a very long birdie putt at the fourth to move to 11-under three shots off the lead.
A bit of drama in Ko's group with playing partner Gabby Lopez forced back to the drop-zone after a wayward drive. Her third shot is good and she'll have a tough putt for bogey.
Wow what a putt from Inbee Park as he long, long birdie putt looks like curling in but just curls away late and she'll settle for par.
Ko has a poor tee shot on the par-three fourth and she'll have a very long putt for birdie.
Gabby Lopez almost makes a very long birdie putt but it comes up inches short and taps in for par.
Ko misses her birdie putt and will have to settle for par. In Gee Chun misses her par put and drops back to nine-under.
In Gee Chun is in trouble with her third shot on the par-four third. Her chip comes up well short of the hole and will do well to save par.
Xiyu Lin nails her tough par put to remain in a share of the lead after two holes.
Ko's iron shot is good and will give her a birdie putt from about 20 feet on the toughest hole on the course.
Green misses her birdie putt and will remain at 14-under.
Ko hits a beautiful drive straight down the middle to start the par-four third.
Hannah green has started on fire with a beautiful iron shot on the second hole to within five feet to give her an opportunity to start with two birdies.
So unlucky for Ko as her birdie put rims out. She'll have an easy put for par, which she makes.
Ko's playing partner In Gee Chun misses her birdie putt but she taps in for par.
What an iron shot from ko which bounces in then out and will set her up for a birdie put.
Patty Tavatanakit has made a hot start with two birdies in two holes while Hannah Green birdies the opening hole to move into a share of the lead.
Ko's tee shot on the second hole goes slightly right but it's fine. It's slightly in the rough but should have a good lie for her iron shot.
Lydia Ko has a tough put for par on the opening hole and she makes no mistake to stay at 10-under.
The final group has just teed off to start their final round.
Ko has just teed off on the opening hole. Koean player So Yeon Ryu has made a bright start, birding the opening hole to move to 11-under.
Good afternoon! We are about 10 minutes away from Lydia Ko teeing off for her final round. She will be in the third to last group playing alongside Mexican Gaby Lopez and Korean player In Gee Chun.
The Kiwi starts at 10-under, four shots off the lead held by Chinese player Xiyu Lin.
Kia ora, welcome to Newshub's live updates of Lydia Ko's final round at the HSBC Women's World Championship in Singapore.
Ko starts the final round in a share of fifth as she looks for her second title in three tournaments after winning the Lotte Championship to break her three-year title drought.
The Kiwi has been inconsistent throughout the tournament to card an eagle, 12 birdies and four bogeys to be four shots off the lead.
Ko finished her third round in style with a miracle shot on the par-four 18th. Her iron shot ricocheted off her playing partner's ball and rolled in for an eagle two.
She started the tournament slowly with opening round three-under 69 to leave her in 14th place before improving to shoot a 68 to move her up to a tie for seventh.
On moving day, it looked like being more of the same as she was on track for a one-under round before her eagle on the last gave her a three-under 69.
The world No.7 sits in a three-way tie for fifth with Koreans In Gee Chun and So Yeon Ryu, four shots behind Chinese leader Xiyu Lin at 14 under.
Inbee Park $2.80, Hannah Green $4.00, Xiyu Lin 5.00, Gaby Lopez 11.00, Lydia Ko 17.00 So Yeon Ryu 21.00 In Gee Chun $26.00
HSBC Women's World Championship leaderboard
-14 Xiyu Lin (China)
-13 Hannah Green (Australia) & Inbee Park (Korea)
-12 Gaby Lopez (Mexico)
-10 Lydia Ko (NZ), In Gee Chun (Korea) & So Yeon Ryu (Korea)