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The American player trails by one, at 8 under
Angela Stanford knows how to manage herself under pressure. On Thursday, she posted a two under par round, with windy and cold conditions. On Friday she blew the field away after shooting 66, the lowest round of the day, along with Sweden's Caroline Hedwall.
Stanford trails Miki Saiki by one shot, at eight under, but she knows how to work coming from behind. In 2009, she surprised everyone by winning the season opener SBS Open for a 10 under 206 total.
This year she also came from behind to hold the lead of the Founders Cup after two rounds, but she lost to Karrie Webb.
She isn't a long player, but she's pretty talented with the short game. This week she's hit 29 of 36 GIR and has made 56 putts.