Anna Nordqvist, Sweden and Lee-Anne Pace, South Africa, lead the Meijer LPGA Classic after 54 holes at Blythefield Country Club.
Anna and Lee-Anne both carded -8 under par 64 to top the Meijer LPGA Classic leaderboard with -18 under par totals, giving them a two shot advantage going into the final round tomorrow.
“Anna is playing good golf, and feels good doing it;
“It feels good playing good golf, it has been a couple solid days here.”
“When you struggle this year and you know what bad golf feels like, I’m just happy to feel more like myself and hitting better shots.”
“I’ve been in the position before, but I’m just happy to be playing good golf.”
“I feel like a veteran a little bit, but right now I’m just trying to keep learning, keep getting better every day, and it’s been a little bit of a process this year, but pretty happy how far I have come so far.
Lee-Anne likes the Blythefield Country Club course;
“I love this golf course, it reminds me a lot of home, I feel so comfortable on the course.”
“I’m hitting my irons really well. I’ve been striking the ball really well. I changed clubs earlier in the year and I’m feeling well.”
So Yeon Ryu, South Korea, is in third place, a -3 under par 69 today leaving her with a -16 under par total, in this position on her own.