Sei Young Kim and Karrie Webb share the lead in brutal conditions at the Ladies Scottish Open at Dundonald Links in Scotland.
Sei Young, South Korea, with a third round -3 under 69,and Karrie, Australia, -2 under 70, share the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open lead after 54 brutal holes in Scotland, with -6 under par totals.
Sei Young mentioned the weather in her report, and seemed to like it;
“I’ve never played before in this weather. It was a really great experience.”
“It’s rare to play with veteran players, like Cristie Kerr and Karrie Webb, they are really great players.”
“It was really tough to focus on each shot, but I kept focused for a few seconds.”
Karrie also said she felt comfortable out there;
“I felt very comfortable out there early on and got off to a good start, so that settled any nerves.”
“I really just hung in there on the back nine. I actually got a couple of good breaks when it was raining. I made some good up and downs as well.”
“That back nine was definitely a struggle once it started raining,”
Cristie Kerr, USA, is in third place at -4 under par, she fell back today carding +1 over par 73, but is still in touch of the leaders. She was wearing her famous furry black and silver sequined earmuffs, hope that complies with the new dress code.
Cristie had problems with three putting;
“I played a lot better than the score. “
“I had two three-putts on the back nine, which were kind of uncharacteristic.”
“I’ve just got to do better.”