“It was just an unfortunate bogey, reachable par-5 and ended up hitting in the water. That was the story of my day,” said Rolex Rankings No. 5 Danielle Kang of her bogey on No. 2. The grind was apparent for Kang, who heads into the final round two strokes behind leader Ally McDonald (-11).
Of the 10 events the LPGA has played this year, Kang has placed within the top 15 at six of them. Whereas Kang was a bit more focused on fixing her putting before this week she said, Kang said a few mistakes popped up in almost every part of her game throughout Saturday.
“The swing felt -- it didn't feel quite all there, so I'm going to go tweak it today and hit it better tomorrow,” said Kang. “I think tomorrow, getting everything together and just firing from the start will be pretty key. The other two girls are playing pretty well, so I've got to focus on my game. Everyone's game is very different. I can't really worry about them.”