July 3, 2021
The Colony, Texas, USA
Old American Golf Club
Q. Here with Perrine Delacour after a nice round of 68. You closed with birdies over three of the last four holes. Pretty good way to end a round. Tell us what happened on those three holes.
PERRINE DELACOUR: Well, I had a good -- like I was playing good; just couldn't make my putts.
On 15 I had -- the tee were up. I hit a really good 3-wood and almost chipped in. Then I made a good -- 17 I tried to reach in two and went long and make a great up and down, and on 18 I made an awesome putt.
Really happy about the way I played today, and looking forward for tomorrow.
Q. About how long was the putt on 18, do you think?
PERRINE DELACOUR: It was 10 meters, so probably around like 50, 60 feet, I would say. I mean, I was like struggling with having the speed and that one was really good, so I'm glad I made it.
Q. How did you deal with the wind today? This was I think the most wind we've seen so far this week and coming out of the east. Angela Stanford who lives here says it is the hardest wind deal with out here.
PERRINE DELACOUR: Yeah, it was hard because we didn't play any practice round with the wind and it was pretty windy. But it feels good. At least it's not as humid and hot as before. So it feels good.
You just have to be patient. You know you're going to make some mistake and bogeys, but you have to be patient and chase it like when you can make birdies.
Q. We had a long day yesterday. Crazy couple days. Pretty much back on schedule. You'll have a regular tee time tomorrow. Pretty close to the top of the leaderboard. What is the game plan heading into the final round?
PERRINE DELACOUR: I'm just going to keep doing what I'm doing it and then trying to make as many birdies as I can. I can't control what the leaders going to do and how they going to finish, but I just can control myself. So I just going to try my best and focus for tomorrow.
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