CJ Invitational - Rd 3 What They Said

Sat 12 Oct 2013

CJ Invitational - Rd 3 What They Said

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Kang Sung-hoon (Kor) – Third Round 11-under through 16 holes
The wind was blowing quite strongly but I played it safe. That gave me the chance to attack when I could and avoid the bogeys. I’m glad that the plan worked out.
I saw the weather forecast and there won’t be much wind tomorrow. So it is going to be a good challenge. It will be an important day for me so I will go out and attack the pins. You can score on the par-fives and I hope to take advantage of that.
Kiradech Aphibarnrat (Tha) – Third Round, 7-under through 16 holes
I feel a bit tired but I’m still hitting it well. I just missed a couple of putts on the back nine. There are two more holes to play. I’m currently four behind but I just want to concentrate on the next 20 holes. I need a good rest and have enough energy to play tomorrow. This course is very undulating. I need to make some putts and give myself a chance to catch up.
Rikard Karlberg (Swe) – Third Round 71 (-1), Total 208 (-8)
It was a little bit of a struggle. I started off badly but recovered nicely. The most important thing is how I played the last three holes. I missed a 12-footer on the last hole because it was so dark. I think I had a good idea what the line was but just didn’t hit my putt good enough.
K.J. Choi (Kor) – Third Round 70 (-2), Total 215 (-1)
The third round is usually moving day but I just moved a little bit! I did everything I could possibly do but it didn’t connect to a good score. I’m quite satisfied because I didn’t practice much this week. As you know, I was busy entertaining the sponsors, fans and Asian Tour players. I’m really looking forward to the last round.