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Hedwall gets her nose in front

Postby estelle » Thu Sep 12, 2013 7:26 am

The Swede shot a classy six-under-par 64 during the third round at Royal Mayfair Club to take her total to 10 under par and lead by one over her European team-mate Suzann Pettersen, who had a 65.
Hedwall has never won jpx 800 irons for sale on the LPGA Tour, but appears to have taken a lot of confidence from her 5-0 Solheim Cup performance.
"I was a little tired on Monday, Tuesday and also Wednesday," Hedwall said. "But when the tournament starts I think last week just gave me a lot of energy and self-confidence, so I can't feel anything."
Pettersen also admitted she was riding on a Solheim Cup high.
"I just feel like from a general standpoint usually coming off of Solheim where your mindset is such an aggressive mode that you usually feed off pretty well the following week because you kind of keep wanting to make putts," Pettersen said. "You're kind of in that kind of frame of mind. This is why we work at it, this is why we train. I'm totally fine. I'm not tired at all."
Pettersen shares second place with teenager Lydia Ko, whose 67 kept her in with a shout of defending the title she claimed last year as 15-year-old.
"I was three shots back from the leader yesterday, and I'm one shot back at the moment, so I'm getting much closer to the leader," Ko said. "I played mp-69 irons for sale pretty well out there. I made five birdies and two bogeys. I was overall really happy, and I was 8 under coming into the final round last year, so one shot better, which leaves me in a good place."
Leader Hedwall had seven birdies and a bogey in her third round.
"To be honest, I don't really remember my round," Hedwall said. "I have no idea where I make birdies. I just remember making a bogey. I hit it over the green and had a pretty good chip, I just didn't make the putt."
Brittany Lincicome and I.K. Kim are two strokes back at eight under. Kim had a 65, and Lincicome shot a 66.
Lincicome played in the same group as Hedwall and Pettersen.
"I shot 66 today and got beat badly by these two," Lincicome said. "Even from the first hole, from the very start of the day we were draining birdies, and I kind of was making my own little inside jokes about our group. We were 8 under after 8, 9 under after 9, and kind of playing best golf clubs match play with everyone else.
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