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Even as Suzann Pettersen lost her aura of invincibility on moving day in Taiwan (but closed the door she opened in her 1st 5 holes by the end of her round), Inbee Park got her butt in gear over on the KLPGA and used a 3rd-round 66 to move within 2 shots of leader Sung Hyun Lee in the tour’s last major of 2013. With KLPGA money-list leader Sei Young Kim and Hee Young Park’s little sister Ju Young only 3 back, the top 2 candidates for KLPGA Rookie of the Year (Hyo Joo Kim and In Gee Chun) 4 behind, Soo Jin Yang 5 back, and Sandra Gal 7 off the pace, there are a lot of good players who could walk away with the win tomorrow. But if the world #1 is the one, that’s going to make the last 2 events on the LPGA very very interesting!