#SingOpen2018 Rd 3 : what they said

Chapchai Nirat (Tha) – nine-under-par through 9 holes

I’m still adopting the same approach coming into round three. That is, to use the tournament to experiment and adapt to my swing. I won’t be overthinking about the tournament, just going to enjoy the experience here.

Danthai Boonma (Tha) – nine-under-par through 15 holes

Danthai Boonma of Thailand

Danthai Boonma of Thailand

I played very well today, especially my putting. I’m just going to rest tonight to prepare for the long day. I must be focused and stick to my plan. I’ll just think about my swing, smile and have fun.

Jazz Janewattananond (Tha) – seven-under-par through 17 holes

I quite satisfied with my round so far and I would say that almost everything went well. My driver’s pretty good. My approach shot is good, as I hit it close a lot. Playing with Poom (Saksansin) was quite inspiring as he was making very good putts today. I’m not distracted by the rain. I like it actually, as I get to rest more.

Shaun Norris (Rsa) – seven-under-par through 10 holes

I hit the ball nicely. But for the fourth hole where I made a double after I made a bad decision on the second shot. But other than that, I’m quite happy with my game. It’s a little distracting with the weather disruptions but at least, for everybody, it’s the same. We just have to accept it and move on.

Casey O'Toole of USA

Casey O’Toole of USA

Casey O’Toole (Usa) – seven-under-par through nine holes

It was good. I’m still hitting it well. Still shaky with my putter. On a few holes, I didn’t read the speed right. We’re professionals here and we’re used to the weather. It is what it is.

Tirawat Kaewsiribandit (Tha) – six-under-par through nine holes

I felt a bit of pressure as there were a lot of people watching. I’ll have a bit of fun and relax just to put my mind off golf, but I start to focus and concentrate on my round tomorrow.