#MyanmarOpen Rd 3 What They Said

Sat 28 Jan 2017

#MyanmarOpen Rd 3 What They Said

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Yusaku Miyazato (Jpn) – Third Round 71 (E), Total 202 (-11)
My tee shots were not good and it was so difficult to play in this wind. I couldn’t read where the wind was blowing. The eagle was lucky but I had a good read and putt. That was a good eagle for me.
This morning I woke up at 6.30am but I had a good sleep. This is an important event and I’ll try to win. I think I need to be more aggressive if I want to win. Let’s see what happens.
Yusaku Miyazato of Japan Yusaku Miyazato of Japan
Sihwan Kim (Kor) – Third round 68 (-3), Total 204 (-9)
I had the same plan the whole week and stuck to the plan. My putting fell so that’s about it.  I’m just happy I get to play this week (last player to enter the field). I knew I was playing next week so this is good preparation for next week. It is too cold to play in Korea.
It is my first Asian Tour event. It is a little hot but other than that it is great. I’ll be sticking to the same plan and be patient.
My putting was really good. With the wind kicking up, it is tough to hit fairways and greens. I made crucial up-and-downs and holed good putts. The first two birdies were well out from 15 feet. It felt pretty good to start with two birdies.
Miguel Tabuena (Phi) – Third Round 69 (-2), Total 205 (-8)
It was tough today especially on the par threes. It was playing pretty long and the wind kept switching directions. I had a dull front nine but I told myself to keep hitting decent shots and keep putting the ball on the greens as I’ve been putting well.
I’ve been playing well with the way I’ve been playing so I don’t see why I should change my game plan. If I have to be more aggressive tomorrow, I know I can so that’s a good weapon to have.
It is a golf tournament and I would love to win it. I don’t see why I can’t win it. I’ll do everything I can and I won’t stop fighting until the last hole. It won’t be easy tomorrow. Hopefully I can put some pressure of them after the front nine.
Todd Sinnott (Aus) – Third Round 64 (-7), Total 205 (-8)
It was a nice round. Over the first two days I hit six balls into the water so my main objective today was not to hit any balls into the water. I managed to do that and the scores reflected that.
Todd Sinnott of Australia Todd Sinnott of Australia
I’m playing well and I just needed to get rid of the bad shots. I focussed on keeping the ball in play and not making any stupid mistakes. The greens are really firm and that’s the sort of golf I like to play because you need to think about your second shots.
I’m looking forward to the final round. Hopefully I can play the same way I did today and move up the leaderboard. I didn’t expect to shoot such a low round but I know I’m playing really well.
I turned professional in February, 2015. I hardly played in Asia and went to Qualifying School in Thailand. I needed to get out of Australia and try to progress up the Tours. I know most of the Australians who play on the European Tour, played on the Asian Tour before moving up.
If I win tomorrow, that will definitely sort a few things out.
I hit driver (327 metres) to 10 feet and holed the putt (hole 14). That’s a nice one.