Lizette Salas, USA, has the 54 hole advantage at the Indy Women in Tech Championship at Brickyard Crossing Golf Course in Indianapolis.
Lizette shot a bogey free third round -8 under par 64 to lead the Indy Women in Tech Championship by two shots going into the final round with a -21 under par total, saying she had played and putted well;
“Playing with a top world ranked player, Sung Hyun, I knew I had to bring my A-game.”
“And I was in the groove from the get-go. I had a great mentality going in.”
“I have been striking the ball really well, and I just had to stay patient.”
“And yeah, putts dropped, for sure. And be aggressive throughout the whole day.”
“And I just really felt comfortable. I like the golf course. I like the way I’ve been playing, so I felt really good.”
“Two shots are practically nothing. So, I’ve got good players behind me and just got to play my game.”
Sung Hyun Park, -6 under 66, and Amy Yang, -7 under 65, both from South Korea, have -19 under par tournament totals.
Lexi Thompson, USA, the defending Champion carded a bogey free -8 under par 64 to claim fourth place alone at -16 under par, with good putting being the key;
“I started off with a birdie, and just overall struck it very well, and kind of figured out my putting.”
“Probably helped that I putted in the sunlight and not in the dark this morning.”
” I hit it great; I made some really good putts.”
“I’m really looking forward to tomorrow.”
“Hopefully just go into it and hit it the same way I did these last few days, and still, have a few of those; more putts drop, so we’ll see where it goes.”