"After I changed into strolling up here I believed presumably I'd accept to birdie or eagle this hole to bag the job done, however after I looked at the scoreboard I changed into manufacture of fearful that every particular person I needed to form changed into three-putt and par", Henderson stated. "I am upright in actual fact angry for the rest of the summer and optimistically many extra wins within the long poke".
"It was a little bit up and down, but to finish with those three birdies was really nice", she said afterward. "I had a good warmup and just felt good and came out relaxed and started off with a birdie, and from there it just kind of went".
She had previously won the Meijer Classic in 2017.
Park made seven birdies and 11 pars in a bogey-free third round which left her alone in second on 17 under.
"It is quite a bit savor the classes I grew up taking part in again residence in Canada", Henderson stated.
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"So I just committed to it, aimed a few yards right and just tried to hit a hold-off shot", said Thompson. Henderson shot a record-tying 21-under at Blythefield Country Club in Grand Rapids, Mich.to win by one over four players - one of whom was the previous week's champion, Lexi Thompson. Mariajo Uribe, Giulia Molinaro and Haru Nomura also aced the 15th in the first round, and Lindy Duncan had one on No. 7 in the second round. I knew if I could stick to my game plan and hit a lot of fairways and greens then hopefully birdies would fall. After 36 holes she was eight-under and tied-fifth.
Thompson followed her course-record 62 in the third round with a 68, closing with an eagle for the second successive day.
"I felt like on the back nine my putts just, you know, probably the nerves and just got some reads wrong, but holed a bomb on 16", said Oh, who made her birdie putt on No. 16 from 60 feet.
"I was just trying to make some more birdies out there and I just seemed to be rubbing edges all day", said Henderson. As the tournament goes on, we talk about the pin sheets before the rounds, try to get a good strategy again. But Oh hit a lovely wedge into the green and had a three-metre birdie putt that could have put her into a playoff.
Thompson, who is coming off a dramatic win at last weekend's Shoprite Classic last weekend, shared third with Brittany Altomare, who carded a 69 to finish the day on 15 under.
"I woke up early this morning just to finish the last hole. Can't wait. I like the position of chasing the leader, but hopefully tomorrow at one point, I could end up with maybe being chased, so we'll see".