Talley, who is expected to lead the Alabama women's golf team this year, played the front nine at 3-under, making birdies on holes three and four, while she played the back nine at 1-under with a birdie on 11 before paring the final seven holes. Her score counted toward the team total.
The United States used Talley’s performance in the third round the springboard into a tie with Denmark for 6th. Overall, the United States fired a team total of 8-under 136 on Friday, and now sits at 14-under 418 for the championship.
Canada leads going into the final round with a team total of 23-under 409. The Republic of Korea sits in second at 21-under.
The final round gets underway Saturday with Talley teeing off at 10:05 a.m. (JST) at the 6,311 Iriyama Course. She will be paired with golfers from Germany and Sweden. Talley previously played the Iriyama Course during the second round, when she fired an even-par round of 72.