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Patty takes three shot lead at the Honda LPGA at the Siam country club after day 3

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Patty Tavatanakit, a home favorite, put on an impressive performance during the third round of the Honda LPGA Thailand 2024, positioning herself as a top contender. She shot a remarkable six-under-par 66 at the Siam Country Club’s Old Course, accumulating a total score of 16-under 200 after 54 holes. This has given her a three-stroke lead going into the final round over Madelene Sagstrom of Sweden, who finished with a round of 69, including an eagle on the 18th hole.

Following closely behind in third place are Choi Hye-Jin and Kim Hyo-Joo from Korea, along with Denmark’s Emily Pedersen. Both Choi and Pedersen shot impressive 65s, the best scores of the day in challenging conditions with fast greens and swirling winds.

Other notable players in contention include Brooke Henderson from Canada, Albane Valenzuela from Switzerland, Kim Sei-Young from Korea, as well as Thai players Ariya Jutanugarn and amateur Suvichaya Vinijchaitham, who have all shown strong performances throughout the tournament.

As Patty prepares for the final round, she remains focused and determined, drawing inspiration from her recent victory at the Ladies European Tour. The competition is fierce, but Patty is ready to take on the challenge and maintain her lead.

With the unpredictability of the final day at the Old Course, where comebacks are possible, the players are gearing up for an exciting finish. Sagstrom acknowledges Patty’s strong play but remains focused on her own game plan, emphasizing the importance of staying in her own zone.

Ariya, a past champion, bounced back from a slow start and put herself back in contention with a solid round. She credits her improved performance to playing without expectations and is impressed by the outstanding play of her fellow Thai competitors, especially the young talent Suvichaya.

Suvichaya, the amateur standout, continues to impress with her fearless play and positive attitude. Despite her amateur status, she remains determined to make the most of this opportunity, focusing on enjoying the experience and not putting unnecessary pressure on herself.


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