#IndoOpenGolf Rd 4 What They Said

Sun 20 Nov 2016

#IndoOpenGolf Rd 4 What They Said

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Gaganjeet Bhullar (Ind), Round 4 - 16-under through 15 holes
It is going to be a togh night ahead. We have three holes to play with a two-shot lead so of course I’m feeling good. I played pretty strong in the last few holes throughout the week so the goal is to stay calm and composed.
This doesn’t change my game plan. As I said, I’ll just try and repeat the same thing over and over. Looking at the situation, I was totally warmed up and in a good momentum. I’m feeling good so I expect to score in the last three holes.
When we play in this part of the world, situations like this are expected. I’m going to treat Monday like Sunday. Mentally I have to tell my mind that I’m getting ready for a Sunday instead of a Monday finish!
It is always good to be under the gun. That’s when you real play comes out. I’m looking forward to the remainder of the round.
Jeev Milkha Singh (Ind), Round 4 - 14-under through 15 holes
It changes quite a few things for me. I teed off 30 seconds before the sirens went off and I didn’t hit a good drive. It gives Gaganjeet an edge now because he can relax and think about things. I was putting the heat on him but now he can put things in perspective.
I’m going to go out there and see what comes my way. I’m a little bit disappointed but you can’t fight nature. It is part of the package. I have to give it my best and see what happens.
It is tough to replicate that Sunday feeling because Monday is usually your day off. It is going to be a working day for me on Monday but at least I’m in the last group and I have a chance to win. It is tough but anything is possible in this game.
It feels really good to birdie 13 and 14 because Gaganjeet started with seven one putts and was five-under after seven holes. After that I got my bearings right and I started pushing on the back nine. I think it was going in the right way until the rain came and everything is put on hold.