VOLVIK RACV Ladies Masters. Cheyenne Claims Lead. February 08 2014

dragon logo dark Cheyenne Woods has claimed the lead going into the final day of the VOLVIK RACV Ladies Masters at RACV Royal Pines Resort. Cheyenne Woods / Getty Cheyenne shot a third round -2 under par 71, to take a one shot lead into the final round on Sunday in the VOLVIK RACV Ladies Masters at -12 under par. The young American  is looking to capture her first major professional tournament on the RACV Royal Pines layout, but has  Stacy Lee Bregman and Australian Amateur champion Minjee Lee who will be trying to spoil the party. Cheyenne admitted to a few nerves; “It took a few holes to get settled in and then when I just kept missing those putts it was hard to really get on that roll, but I was able to recover and I felt great out there, talking with the girls and just kind of having a relaxing day.  It was definitely rough getting started but once I was through half the front and towards the back I really got settled in and I played really well. “ “Today was not as easy as the past few days. But I think this was one of my better rounds. I was able to pull myself together and really fight through that back nine. I really grinded it out today, and I told my caddy today was the day to grind it out, it was a little windier, the greens were firm so I was really proud of my play today. It would be a huge accomplishment, playing well this week. I’m already happy with the way it’s been going, but to have that win would just be a cherry on top, especially to start off my year.” Stacy Lee Bregman is close behind at -11 under par following her third round of -1 under par 72 and is playing well; “Definitely looking forward to tomorrow, especially the way I played today. I’ve hit it really good, just a pity about some of the putts. I have been playing good and I can only just hope for the best, and just play the best that I can.  Just going to go out and enjoy it, it is all a learning curve, if it happens it happens, if it doesn’t, you just have to take it as it comes.” Surprise package is Australian teenager amateur Minjee Lee who is in third place on her own at -10 under par for the tournament, carding a third round of -4 under par 69. She is feeling fine and playing her own game; “I will just cruise and go with the flow I guess and play my own game and see where it takes me.”