Golf Digest WomanApril 2, 2010

Afternoon rush hour

RANCHO MIRAGE, CALIF.-  Oddly, as the wind picked up, the Friday-afternoon scores began to drop and the Kraft Nabisco leader board became littered with new names charging leaders Ochoa and Stupples.

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Cristie Kerr and Stacey Lewis are both four under par for the day and tied for third at -5, while Song-Hee Kim is in the middle of a bogey-free, four-under-par round that has moved her up into sole possession of the lead at -7.

Overnight leader Suzann Pettersen, meanwhile, has fallen dramatically, but not because of the wind. She seems to have lost all confidence in her putter after a sloppy four-putt landed her with a double bogey on the 6th hole. One birdie and three bogeys later, she is three over par for the day and has fallen to -2 and a tie for ninth.

--Stina Sternberg