Women’s British Open. Pornanong Phatlum Has 54 Hole Lead.

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Pornanong Phatlum of Thailand hangs on to lead the Ricoh Women’s British Open after 54 holes at Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club in England.

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Pornanong scored a third round -3 under par 69 to remain on top of the Women’s British Open leaderboard, by one shot at -13 under par;

“I’m very happy now and I played solid round today.”

“I got nervous when I practiced on the course, and just try to calm down and just try to play my game.”

Georgia Hall, England, has second place, a third round -3 under 69 keeping her in touching distance of the leader with her -12 under total, making a long birdie putt of the last hole to stay close;

“It was a tough pin, 44 yards on and quite a long putt.”

 “My score card looks steady today, but it was actually quite a battle.”

“It was quite tough today, my rhythm was off and I had to make some good putts to make up for it, and luckily I did. It was fantastic today, really good.”

“I don’t think about too much in the future. I think just do every hole as it comes and 18 holes is a lot and anything can happen on that golf course.”

“I’m just going to go out there and play every shot as it comes and just kind of try and stay to myself and not look at what’s going on too much.”

 “I’m really excited to go out in the last group again and see what happens.”

So Yeon Ryu, South Korea, is then in third place at -11 under for the tournament, her third round -5 under par 67 elevating her up the leaderboard to grab third position on her own, a good attitude helping;

 “I never looked back, I just keep focused on what I’m going to have.”

“I think that kind of attitude was really, really great.”

“If I can have this attitude tomorrow, I can play good.”

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