Travel 2015 US Women’s Open July 9, 2015 Getty Images 1 of 36 Amy Yang fired a 2-under 68, joining Wie atop the leaderboard heading into the final round. Kevin C. Cox / Getty Images 2 of 36 Stacy Lewis fended off Lexi Thompson by one shot. Getty Images 3 of 36 Getty Images 4 of 36 Getty Images 5 of 36 6 of 36 Chella Choi's 64 is the lowest third-round score in championship history. Getty Images 7 of 36 8 of 36 Michelle Wie has fallen to No. 17 in the world rankings. Getty Images 9 of 36 Michelle Wie shot a 6-over 78 on Friday. Sam Greenwood / Getty Images 10 of 36 Amy Yang, 2015 U.S. Women's Open, Second Round Amy Yang lines up a putt on the 18th hole during the second round of the U.S. Women's Open. Kevin C. Cox / Getty Images 11 of 36 Stacy Lewis fended off Lexi Thompson by one shot. Getty Images 12 of 36 Marina Alex slipped in fourth place at 3 under after a 1-over 71 on Friday. @mpressel 13 of 36 Getty Images 14 of 36 Getty Images 15 of 36 In 2012, Lydia Ko of New Zealand became the youngest person ever to win an LPGA Tour event. Getty Images 16 of 36 Stacy Lewis shot a one-under 69 in the first round at Lancaster Country Club. Getty Images 17 of 36 Lewis is looking for her first win of the year, and her first major since 2013. Getty Images 18 of 36 Getty Images 19 of 36 Getty Images 20 of 36 Getty Images 21 of 36 Michelle Wie was two over on day 1. Getty Images 22 of 36 Wie, who employs a unique putting stroke, is the defending champion this week. Getty Images 23 of 36 Getty Images 24 of 36 The first round was suspended due to bad weather. Getty Images 25 of 36 Morgan Pressel had a solid round of 68 on Thursday. Getty Images 26 of 36 Getty Images 27 of 36 A view of the 12th hole at Lancaster Country Club on Thursday. Getty Images 28 of 36 World No. 2 Lydia Ko was even in the first round. Getty Images 29 of 36 Getty Images 30 of 36 LPGA veteran Karrie Webb was tied for the early lead after shooting 66. Getty Images 31 of 36 Webb is already a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame. Getty Images 32 of 36 Players walk down the third hole during the first round. Getty Images 33 of 36 Suzann Pettersen struggled to a nine-over 79. Getty Images 34 of 36 A Fox cameraman follows play during round 1. Getty Images 35 of 36 Mo Martin on Thursday. Getty Images 36 of 36 Marina Alex had just one bogey on her way to an opening-round 66.