Lydia Ko set a course record and is four shots ahead of the final round of the Aramco Saudi Ladies International.
Ko had 10 birdies and a bogey in the 63rd shooting at Royal Greens Golf & Country Club. She is under par at 16, four shots ahead of Atthaya Thitikul from Thailand, who shot 65 in round 3. « I played really solid today, » Ko told reporters after their round. “I missed a short putt for par at 3 and then hit birdies. I’ve given myself a lot of good looks at birdie opportunities and I’ve rolled it well so it was a good combination of everything that I didn’t make a lot of mistakes on. It was one of those rounds where I kept getting into position and trying to play the best possible golf.
Highlights: Saudi Ladies International, Round 3
“I have to keep playing aggressively. This is a course that has shown players can play well, so I’m just trying to do my part out there and see what happens. ”
Thitikul is currently leading the Ladies European Tour race the Costa del Sol and is in a great position to secure the title with two events remaining.
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