"Golf equipment I try to tell myself don't try to shoot a number, take what the golf course will give you and take the birdies and play golf," Kerr said. "I don't want to get tense, so I am just going to play golf and relax."
Dunn, who trails Kerr by two, Taylormade r9 max driver is looking for her first LPGA victory after six years on Tour. She made her way up the leader board with seven birdies to go six-under on the day.
At nine-under and in a four-way tie for third place are Annika Sorenstam, Fiona Pike, Janice Moodie and Se Ri Pak. Pak, who made the biggest move up the leader board, Taylormade r9 driver shot today' best round of seven-under par 65 to join the leaders.
Sorenstam, who opened her day with straight birdies on the first three holes, remained in contention despite finding the water on her ninth hole tee shot. On the par four 329 yard ninth hole, Taylormade r9 tp driver Sorenstam used a seven wood to lay up in front of the water, but end up taking the ball 248 yards into the hazard.
"I must have hit it hard or something," Sorenstam said. "Yesterday I hit 3 wood and I was not even close. Luckily, I saved par with a 12-foot putt."
Sara Sanders, Lorie Kane and Mi Hyun Kim remain just four shots back at 136, Taylormade r9 460 driver while Brandie Burton, Marisa Baena, Michele Redman, Dina Ammaccapane and Pat Hurst hold strong at 137.