Welshwoman Amy Boulden has taken charge of the 2020 VP Bank Swiss Ladies Open, opening up a two-shot lead from Stephanie Kyriacou and Maha Haddioui as we head into the back-nine of the final round at Golfpark Holzhäusern.

Starting the day one behind overnight leader Sanna Nuutinen, the 27-year-old has been on-point all morning with both her irons and putter as she chases her first LET victory.

Starting the day with an impressive birdie on the opening hole, Boulden has since added gains on Nos 3,5 and 7 to turn in four-under par and get to 13-under-par for the week.

Two adrift at 11-under par is LET rookie Stephanie Kyriacou and Morocco’s Maha Haddioui, with the 19-year-old Aussie recreating her putting form from Bonville, holing almost everything she looks at to turn in 31 (-4).

Overnight leader Sanna Nuutinen picked up a crucial birdie on the ninth to get back to level par for the day, she is at 10-under-par while Race to Costa Del Sol leader Emily Kristine Pedersen is in fourth a stroke ahead at 11-under-par.

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