Image: Getty Images - By Harriet Shephard

We're only part way through Round 3 of the AIG Women's Open and already it seems a very different game to yesterday's.

The sun is out, the wind has dropped (although there are still some strong gusts) and far more players are managing to shoot under par.

This includes Mel Reid, who has finished for the day with a round of 68 and three under par.

Going into the afternoon she was T34 and seven off the leader, after a round that included four birdies.

It's a very different situation to yesterday, where she only just made the cut by shooting a birdie on the 18th.

Posting on Instagram afterwards she said:

"Grinded my way into the weekend somehow."

Meanwhile, Georgia Hall had a mixed round.

Despite getting a bogey on the 1st she went onto birdie the infamous Postage Stamp 8th hole as well as the 3rd and 4th. Her second round wasn't as strong however and she eventually finished +10.

Another one to watch as she goes into her final nine is America's Kristen Gillman, currently -5 (!) through 9.


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