Q. How was today different than the other two days?
INBEE PARK: Obviously, the wind was a bit stronger than yesterday, so the conditions were tough. The pin positions were tough, a lot of long irons hitting into the greens. It was just a very tough day, but I think I battled it really good out there. I had my tough times in the middle but ended up finishing very good, so I'm happy with that.
Q. Can you talk about bouncing back from those bogeys?
INBEE PARK: Yeah, I mean, 11 and 12 was a tough hole, and it wasn't that bad of a bogey. You could make up a couple of bogeys. But 13 was a little bit disappointing, and I think that actually got me going after that bogey. I mean, I was actually very generous on number 11 and 12. Those two bogeys were okay, but 13, that bogey was a bad bogey, so after that I really got my concentration going after that.
Q. We don't think of you as getting mad, but it sounds like after 13 you were a little mad?
INBEE PARK: Yeah, I mean, that was a very bad bogey. I was looking for a birdie, but that bogey, that was two shots right there. Yeah, that was disappointing.
Q. You have a great team work relationship with your caddie. What is that like and how long have you been together with him?
INBEE PARK: Yeah, we've spent a lot of time together. He's a very good friend of mine. Yeah, I mean, we've been reading the putts very good together. I think it's just the relationship between the two of us is just great. You get to rely on somebody on the course, and I think that's a big help.
Q. I ask that because one of the other players fired her caddie during the middle of the round. Have you ever seen that before?
INBEE PARK: Not in my group, I've never experienced that before in the middle. That wouldn't be good.
Q. (Indiscernible) when you hit the putt, what are you thinking?
INBEE PARK: I try to keep the right rhythm. I just try to make it. I'm trying to hit it where I aim. I like Ai's stroke, she has a very good rhythm through the ball with the swing and the putting stroke, so, yeah, I like her.
Q. The putt on 14, how confident are you feeling standing over that putt after 13? It's a tough putt, so what are you feeling?
INBEE PARK: At the first point I'm thinking the second shot to go over the ridge was a little bit unlucky there. Yeah, so I mean going into the breeze I thought it would be a little bit slower. I hit it a little bit aggressive, but I went too aggressive, and obviously I had the right line. I think that was just a very lucky putt.
Q. Do you love being in front going into the final day? I mean, you were in the lead at the LPGA and it just seems you're very comfortable leading going into the last day.
INBEE PARK: Yeah, I mean, I like to play in front of the leaders and I like to be leading also at the same time. I mean, leading means that you played better than everybody else for three days and you're in the best position going into the final day, so I think you have an advantage over others.
You probably have a little more pressure, but I think you should be able to handle that.
Q. There is a lot of history on the line tomorrow. How do you keep from getting lost in that moment?
INBEE PARK: Yeah, I mean, I'm just going to try to do the same thing that I did for the last three days. Yeah, I mean, it will be a big day, but it's just a round of golf, and I just try not to think about it so much. I just try to concentrate on whatever I'm doing on the golf course.