An impressive third round from Mount Lawley’s Hannah Green has moved her up to a tie for 14th place at the World Girls Golf Championship at Angus Glen Golf Club in Ontario Canada.
Five birdies highlighted Green’s 2-udner round of 70, putting her at 4-over par overall and within striking distance of the top 10.
Green is the best places of the Australian team, which is currently placed 10th. Team-mates Jenny Lee and Karis Davidson at in a tie for 30th palce at 12-over par.
The United States team continues to lead, with an insurmountable 16 stroke buffer over hosts Canada heading into the final round.
Hannah Green of Mount Lawley Golf Club has fought back to be just outside the top-20 at the World Girls Golf Championships being played at Angus Glen Golf Club in Ontario, Canada.
Green responded from her opening 6-over round with an even par round on day two, to help the Australian team rise up to 12th place in the teams competition at 11-over.
The United States kept their overall lead at 10-under, an impressive 12 shots ahead of the nearest team as the only country under par.
Green is tied with her fellow Australian Karis Davidson at 6-over while Jenny Lee is further back at 10-over.
Mount Lawley’s Hannah Green and Australian team has some ground to make up after a slow start at the inaugural World Junior Girls Golf Championship at Angus Glen Golf Club (South Course) in Markham, Ont.
Australia is currently 14th at 10-over par, well behind the leading USA team on 7-under par.
Green is currently in a tie for 32nd on the individual leaderboard at 6-over, while her teammates Karis Davidson and Jenny Lee at at T27 on 5-over.