USGA. U.S. Womens Open. Inbee Is In Control June 29 2013

USGA Inbee Park had a third round of -1 under par 71 in the USGA U.S. Womens Open at Sebonack Golf Club. Good enough to give her a commanding lead going into the final round tomorrow. Inbee Park / Getty Inbee will start the final round of the U.S. Women Open at -10 under par, a commanding four shot lead over the field after her -1 under par third round. It was the best round of the day as the others in contention struggled, leaving her the best possible chance of winning her third straight Major of the year, unheard of for a very long time. She said she will just keep on doing the same things; " I'm going to try to do the same thing that I did for the last 3 days. It will be a big day, but it's just a round of golf. I just try not to think about it so much. I just try to concentrate on whatever I'm doing on the golf course. I think I played very good today, especially after the three bogeys, I came back very strong.  I mean, overall playing today I think I putted very good.  I probably putted the best out of all the three days. It was tough out there with the wind.  It was probably the strongest that we've played all week, and the pin positions were just really tough out there today.  So I mean, it was a very grinding day. I think I'm just going to think that I.K. and I am tied starting in tomorrow's play because anything can happen out here. I mean, four shots, it could be nothing around this golf course.  So it can't be too; I just have to keep pushing myself to make pars.  I think par is going to be good enough tomorrow, but I'm just going to try to do my best. A lot of thinking going on, a lot of pressure.  But I've done that before, so I think the experience is going to help me going through it tomorrow." I.K. Kim is in second place at -6 under par, but has not yet written off her chances in this tournament; " I think we all have a chance, yeah, I mean she is playing great.  But you never know, I might have a great day tomorrow.  So golf is different thing than other sports.  That's why you play four rounds.  She is playing great, so I have just got to play my game." A distant third is Jodi Ewart Shadoff, at -3 under par for the tournament, and definitely out of the running for the honors. Jodi is happy for the experience of playing in this position in a Major, and thinks it will help her going forward; " I was up there at the Kraft this year and the Kia last year, so all of this is great experience for me.  It's what I need to be able to win in the future.  You know, to pull through.  It's mentally tough when you're out in the lead and just trying to stay strong and go after it instead of being defensive."