Chris Wood of England has the 54 hole lead at the KLM Open in The Netherlands.
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Chris carded -6 under par 65 to tale a one shot 54 hole lead in the KLM Open with a -13 under par total;
“I’m pleasantly surprised, I finished poorly last night and as I alluded to, I’m making a couple of quite big swing changes at the moment.”
“My target was fifteen under for the tournament so I’m going to look a little bit differently at that now.”
“I’ll take another 65 tomorrow if you offer it me now.”
Leader for two days Ashun Wu, of China, could only card even par 71 today, Jonathan Thomson, England, -3 under 68 and Hideto Tanihara of Japan with the low round of the day equaling the The International Golf Club course record at -8 under par 63, all share second place, one shot back at -12 under.
Hideto tried to ignore the good play of his partners today;
“I heard that it was a course record but I wasn’t concentrating on that today.”
“I just focused on my own game today.”
“My playing partners did exceptionally well today but I tried not to think too much about what they were doing and concentrated more on myself.”
“It is my goal to win this tournament and I am very happy to be in this position going into the final day.”
Jonathan is enjoying being in contention;
“This is fantastic and it’s what we’re all here to do, to be in contention.”
“Let’s just have some fun out there.”
“There might be times when it’s tough and there might be times when it’s easy but you have to just go out and enjoy it .”