RWM Masters - Rd 3 What They Said

Sat 16 Nov 2013

RWM Masters - Rd 3 What They Said

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Read what players have to say after the third round of the inaugural US$750,000 Resorts World Manila Masters.
Liang Wen-chong (Chn) – Third Round 67 (-5), Total 203 (-13)
I am very happy to see myself up on the leaderboard once again. It has been awhile since I last won on the Asian Tour. My last victory on the Asian Tour was the Indian Open back in 2008. I just want to play my best tomorrow and hopefully we can see some good results and claim another victory on the Asian Tour.
I think it’s going to be an exciting round tomorrow. It’s a tight leaderboard and anything can happen. It’s really hard to predict who will win the tournament right now. I think if I can shoot a four-under-par 68 tomorrow, I might have a chance. I will try my best tomorrow.
Nicholas Fung (Mas) – Third Round 70 (-2), Total 204 (-12)

I didn’t start well today. It was really windy out there. I just try to hit as many fairways as possible and tried to make putts. My game got better going into the back nine. I was chatting to Prom Meesawat and both of us felt that the course was really difficult today. I am happy I managed to make four birdies on the back nine. It’s great to be in contention right now. This is the first time I’m tied second place going to the final round in an Asian Tour event. Hopefully I can finish well tomorrow.
David Lipsky (Usa) - Third round 69 (-3), Total 204 (-12) 
I am not disappointed with my bogey on the last hole. It’s a tough one on the last hole and it happens out here. The course is playing really tough today. The wind is picking up and the greens are really firm. I’m happy with my round today and I am looking forward to the final round tomorrow.
The course is harder today. They pushed back the tees and it was windy out there. Overall, I am happy with my 69 today which was pretty good. I used to play a lot in the states and it took me awhile to get used to playing in Asia. The greens are different. The set up on the course is different too.
My first Asian Tour win in Cambodia meant a lot to me. I struggled a little bit with my swing earlier this year but it’s getting back on track now. It’s just great to be back in contention. If I can win, it would be even better so we will see how it goes tomorrow.