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WATCH: Danielle Kang chip in to save par at KPMG Women's PGA Championship

By Wayne Cavadi
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Danielle Kang has had a tournament to remember at Olympia Fields. Kang started the 2017 KPMG Women's PGA Championship bogey free in her first two rounds, jumping out to an early lead.

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Kang's incredible streak came to an end on the third hole in Saturday's action, when she bogeyed a par-4. She was in danger once again of going over par on the 12th hole, clinging to a one-stroke lead over Chella Choi. 

It was no easy shot for Kang, staring down par. The announcers felt it was her biggest test of the tournament.

As they said shortly after, "she passed the test with flying colors."

 

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