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
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 (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.