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The Australian veteran and Kim then showed their mettle as they birdied the 17th in a torrential rainstorm.
Coming down the par-five 18th, Kim hit a superb second shot up to 10 feet from the hole and faced an eagle putt to move one stroke ahead.
"It literally was just coming sideways," Webb said.
Kim birdied the par-4 17th and par-5 18th in strong wind and rain for a 3-under 69, and Webb birdied the 17th en route to a 70. Second-round leader Cristie Kerr was third at 4 under after a 73. It was really tough to focus on each shot." Australia's Karrie Webb plays her approach to the par 4 1st hole during day three of the Ladies Scottish Open at Dundonald Links, North Ayrshire. (Kenny Smith/PA via AP) Kim nearly holed a 9-foot eagle putt on 18.Karrie Webb and Sei Young Kim battled brutal conditions at Dundonald Links to share the lead heading into the final round of the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open.Webb (70) and Kim (69) played through sideways rain and 30 miles per hour winds to reach six under par, two strokes clear of halfway leader Cristie Kerr, who dropped back with a 73.But the wind buffeted her ball and it ended just left of the hole.“I’ve never played before in this weather,” said Kim, 24, the world number 11 from Seoul. It’s rare to play with veteran players, like Cristie and Karrie: they are really great players.