Catriona Matthew leads LPGA's Airbus Classic

Catriona Matthew, 44, leads Airbus Classic, 1 stroke ahead of 18-year-old Charley Hull

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Lexi Thompson acknowledges the crowd after putting on the 18

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Jessica Korda watches the flight of her tee shot on the fift

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Michelle Wie hits her tee shot on the fifth hole in the seco

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Inbee Park of South Korea hits her tee shot on the fifth hol

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Charley Hull of England watches the flight of her tee shot f

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Charley Hull of England hands her club to her caddy after hi

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Lexi Thompson watches her tee shot on the fifth hole in the

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Suzann Pettersen of Norway watches her the shot on the fifth

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Jessica Korda lines up a putt on the ninth green during the

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Catriona Matthew, of Scotland, places her ball before puttin

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Hee Young Park, of South Korea, watches the flight of her te

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Jodi Ewart Shadoff, of England, tees off on the ninth hole i

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Hee Young Park of South Korea lines up a putt at the 18th ho

MOBILE, Alabama (AP) -- Catriona Matthew remained atop the Airbus LPGA Classic leaderboard Friday, birdieing four of the last seven holes to take a one-stroke advantage over Charley Hull into the weekend.

The 44-year-old Matthew had a 5-under 67 to reach 13-under 131 on the Crossings Course. The 18-year-old Hull also shot 67.

Matthew, who had six birdies and a bogey, won the last of her four LPGA Tour titles in 2011.

Hull had five birdies in a seven-hole stretch before closing with her lone bogey of the week.

Anna Nordqvist, Jessica Korda and Hee Young Park were 10 under.

Nordqvist, the winner this year in Thailand and Carlsbad, had a 66. Korda, the Bahamas champion, shot 67, and Park had a 66.