England's Holly Clyburn is confident she will bounce back to challenge leader Jiyai Shin in Sunday's final round of the RACV Ladies Masters despite her third round disappointment.
Clyburn, a big-hitter with a deft touch around the greens, let her third round lead slip when she bogeyed the last two holes.
"I'm disappointed with my sloppy finish but I can come back from that," she said.
"I don't mind being behind and I don't mind playing in the wind. I'm used to it.
"Hopefully, I can start well and stay in control on Sunday."
The 25-years-old will tee-off in second place, two shots behind leader Jiyai Shin who is at 10-under.
Clyburn is capable of firing a low round, as she showed at the Australian Open in Adelaide with a sizzling 65.
Strong winds, which made scoring difficult on Saturday, are again predicted for the final round. The winds are a legacy of cyclone Winston which caused devastation to Fiji last week.
The Masters has been marred by slow play and tournament officials from the Ladies European Tour and Australian Ladies Professional Golf which co-sanction the event last night moved tee-off times forward by 20 minutes.
Pre-tournament favourite Brooke Henderson is three strokes off the lead after shooting a third-round 74.