Jess Korda leads the Honda LPGA Thailand by four shots after 54 holes at the Siam Country Club.
Jess carded a third round -4 under par 68 to lead the Honda LPGA Thailand by four shot at -20 under par;
“I had no expectations, but my coach and I have worked together and it is still there.”
“I was bit nervous on the front nine, but I knocked the rust off.”
“It’s crazy how quick it is coming together, I’m really enjoying it and now have one more day.”
Local girl Moriya Jutanugarn, Thailand, is in second place at -16 under par, charging hard with a third round -7 under par 65, which included an Eagle 2 on the par four 14th hole;
“I really enjoyed my game today, it’s working out pretty good.”
“There is a lot of support and it feels nice having people cheering you on.”
Minjee Lee, Australia, completes the top three with a third round -4 under 68 giving her that place on her own.
The leaderboard is quite compacted behind Jess, ladies like Ariya Jutanugarn at -14 under, Lexi Thompson, -13, with Nelly Korda, Michelle Wie and Amy Yang all at -12 under could easily make a charge. it will be an interesting last day to see how it all unfolds.
Two sisters are involved in this contest, with Ariya and Nelly trying to catch their siblings.
Nelly said she is hoping to make a run at it;
“She’s playing great golf and hopefully she keeps killing it, hopefully I can make a run Sunday.”