Annie Park of Levittown is three strokes from the lead heading into the final round of a Symetra Tour event in Mayetta, Kansas. If she wins Sunday, at the Prairie Band Casino & Resort Charity Classic, it would be her third victory of the season on the developmental circuit and would make her immediately eligible to play in LPGA Tour events (if there are openings). A win also would clinch a place in the top 10 on Symetra's season money list, assuring her of an LPGA Tour card for next year. Park is 6-under par, tied for fifth, three behind leader Sara-Maude Juneau of Canada..
Annie Park tees off on the 10th hole during the 38th Curtis Cup match at the St. Louis Country Club on June 6, 2014 in St. Louis. Photo Credit: Getty Images / Dilip Vishwanat
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