ONEIDA:- South Korea's Kim Sei-young matched the LPGA's 54-hole scoring record building a

24-under total that gave her an eight-shot lead at the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic. Kim fired an eagle and six birdies in her eight-under par round on the par-72 Thornberry course in Oneida, Wisconsin. She started the day with a 4-shot lead and after kick-starting her round with an eagle at the par-five third she moved to 24-under for the tournament with a string of four straight birdies from the 13th through the 16th.–AFP

"I feel like this is the best I've ever played," said Kim, who matched the LPGA's 54-hole scoring record of 24-under set by Annika Sorenstam at 2003 Mizuno Classic.