Womens Australian Open. Lizette Salas Leads.

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Lizette Salas, from U.S.A. leads the ISPS Womens Australian Open after 54 holes at Royal Adelaide Golf Club in Australia.

ISPS Womens Australian Open

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Lizette shot a third round -2 under par 71 to lead the ISPS Womens Australian Open by two shots at -10 under par. She has her dad watching and wants to win with him at the tournament;

“It would be such an honor and it would be my first win overseas, my first win with my Dad here.”

“He wasn’t there (in 2014), he was watching on television.”

“To bounce back from the year I had last year, it would mean a lot.”

“On 18 my hands were a little numb; I was just trying to relax and stay patient.”

“We’ll take it shot-for-shot tomorrow. It’s been a while since I’ve been in this position. I’m just going to embrace it and have fun.”

Sue Oh, from Australia, -5 under 68 today, is tied in second place with Pornanong Phatlum, from Thailand, even par 73, and Sarah Jane Smith, an Aussie, +1 over 74 today, all with -8 under totals.

Sue wants to win her national title and her first LPGA Title;

“I mean, there are still 18 holes to go, I can’t quite think yet, but it’s my national title, so I really want to fight for it.”

“It’s going to be tough, but it would mean a lot.  You can’t really put a word to that.”

” It also would be my first win on the LPGA.”

“It’s going to be tough but it would mean a lot.  You can’t really put a word to that.”

” It also would be my first win on the LPGA. Just a lot but currently I’m happy with how I played today and just tighten up a few more things for tomorrow and see what happens.”

Ex Champion here  Karrie Webb missed her first ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open cut on her 21st consecutive appearance, blaming a poor putting performance;

“It hurts to miss any cut and I don’t like that at all,”

“The putter wasn’t great, but yesterday left me behind the eight ball today and with conditions being tough, I just was trying to play catch-up all day.”

“I had a couple of makeable putts on the front nine that if I’d made those might have changed things around.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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