Minjee Lee keeps Vic Open lead, Cheyenne Woods 5 behind

BARWON HEADS, Australia — Australian Minjee Lee shot a 2-over 75 Saturday and held on to a one-stroke lead at the Vic Open, the first tournament of the year on the Ladies European Tour.

Lee had a three-round total of 7-under 212, one better than fellow Australian Karis Davidson, who shot 67 Saturday.

Cheyenne Woods, niece of Tiger Woods, rebounded from a second-round 80 to shoot 69 and was five strokes behind Lee and tied for fifth.

At a PGA of Australia Tour men's event held alongside the women's tournament, Australian Simon Hawkes held a one-stroke lead after a 64.

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