After play resumed on Sunday morning, Hae Ran Ryu rose to the top of the leaderboard and holds a one shot lead heading in the final round at The Chevron Championship

The scene is now set for the final round of The Chevron Championship. After dangerous weather conditions suspended play on Saturday, players still on the course had to return to finish their rounds on Sunday morning.

The leaders had to hole out on 12 and then play the final six holes. Conditions had changed dramatically from the first three days, hot and sweaty was replaced with much colder and windier. This made it much tougher for the group of players who still had holes to play.

Brooke Henderson, who had gone on a run on Saturday, had to settle for a par on the last but with a round of 64, was one of the best rounds in Chevron Championship history. How did she feel?

"That's really cool. This championship has a lot of history, and so it's really cool, anytime you can be a part of that history is pretty neat. I'm excited about my round yesterday. It was a lot of fun. A lot of momentum, a lot of confidence. Hopefully I can just carry it forward."

The Canadian is just one shot off the lead at -10, after jumping up from tied 21st on Saturday. She will be teeing it up in the final group with third round leader Hae Ran Ryu and Nelly Korda, who is also on -10.

Hae Ran Ryu holds the lead

Hae Ran Ryu, last year's LPGA Rookie of the year, played her final six holes this morning in three-under-par to climb to the top of the leaderboard at -11. This is only the second time that the Korean player has played in The Chevron Championship, where she finished in a tie for 56 last year.

With back-to-back bogey free rounds under her belt, the 23-year-old has definitely got the measure of The Club at Carlton Woods. Something that she brought into the holes she played this morning:

"I think it's so cold and windy. It's so tough for me. Every player it's tough in the morning, but always mindset just to keep think about my swing and always focus for easier second round, and can make a lot of birdies in the morning."

Nelly Korda just one shot back

There is no doubt that the majority of the golf world's eyes will be on Nelly Korda as she tees off at 11:36am (CT). Not only is the American looking for a fifth straight win, she is also on the hunt for her second Major.

The one thing that is for sure is that all players will have different conditions to deal with during this final round:

"So different, oh, my gosh. The first three days we're sweating so much and today I was freezing out there. Pars went a long way. Made some good up-and-downs. Overall played pretty well. The golf course is just playing so different right now. It's quite tough in this weather.

"The wind is out of a complete different direction, too, so the holes that I would probably hit 3-wood on or maybe take advantage of, I had 6-irons in instead of short irons. Completely different."

Atthaya Thitikul, who held the lead when play was suspended, had three bogeys on her remaining holes and is now three shots off the lead.

Will it be World Number one's with back-to-back Major victories, cementing Nelly's name in the LPGA history books? With just one more round left to play, cooler and damper weather conditions and plenty of players in the mix, we're in for an exciting final round of The Chevron Championship.

View the full Chevron Championship leaderboard here.