Q. I think the fans that look at that leaderboard tomorrow and see your name and Hilary's up on the top, but lurking behind is Annika Sorenstam, how tough is it going to be, if at all, for you to keep that -- keep her from being in the back of your mind, too?
ANGELA STANFORD: I knew she was there today. I saw her, I guess she was 4-under, so I saw early that she had made it to 2-under. So I know. She's the best player in the world and you expect the best player in the world to show up on Sunday and play out of her mind. So I'm expecting that. And I'm ready for that. And I know she's going to come at it with everything she has. So what I need to do is know that I can't control her, but I know she's going to play well. So I need to take care of what I'm doing and play the best I can and hope that the distance we have between us is good enough.
RHONDA GLENN: Angela, up until about three years ago you had one of most unique jobs I've ever heard of. And it's how you financed your amateur career. It helped make you a Curtis Cup player. Tell them what you used to do for a living.
ANGELA STANFORD: I've only had two jobs. And my first one -- because my parents didn't want me working in high school, and I finally begged them to -- let me have a job. I worked at the Saginaw Sonic drive-in. I was a car hop. I did not wear skates. I either -- you either saw me on skates or you saw your food. It was not at the same time. So I worked at Sonic. And actually I worked -- the manager was really nice to me. He would let me come back and work Christmas break when I went to TCU. It was good cash. And then I also worked at a driving range for a little while, but that didn't --.
RHONDA GLENN: It wasn't as good as the Sonic stand.
ANGELA STANFORD: I had so much fun in that job.
RHONDA GLENN: Congratulations, great round, great three day total, good luck tomorrow.
Birdies and bogeys. Let's go over your card. Round 3. Birdie on No. 2.
ANGELA STANFORD: No. 2, we hit -- I think we hit a 6-iron to -- I want to say it was like ten feet.
Bogey on 3. Hit it left off the tee and just had to punch out. And actually I still had like 10, 12 feet for par, and just barely missed that.
Birdie on 4. We hit a low sand wedge and it went to the back of that green. And I think that putt was -- it was a good 25 feet. That was a good putt.
8, off the tee hit it left into the rough, just choked down on a 7-iron and got it to run up and had like a fast five feet coming back down at it. It either hit the hole or it went off the green.
12, same thing. I hit a pitching wedge to like four or five feet and that was about as fast as the putt on 8. Both of those putts I hit it off the toe of the putter, just tried to breathe on them.
RHONDA GLENN: Second shot went right on 14 -- or you were in the bunker.
ANGELA STANFORD: Off the tee we were kind of on the right, just in the rough. It was sitting up fine, and I choked an 8-iron. We thought we could get it to run up, it ran all the way through the green. It wasn't a bad chip shot, I think I just hit it too hard. And that's actually the first three or four footer that I missed that I can remember this week. I think I just hit it too hard.
16, I'm still mad about 16. That shot, the flag's on the very back left. And I was going to choke down on a 5-iron -- that's my shot, to hit it low, let it run up there and I just completely came out of it, lost it to the right and it ended up in that bunker on the right. And where the pin was sitting, to be honest I just don't know how to hit that shot. So I was just hoping for the best, and actually made a really good par-putt and tap-in bogey.
And then 18 was about a 80 yard sand wedge to about three or four feet.
RHONDA GLENN: Great finish.
ANGELA STANFORD: That was fun.
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