L.E.T. Ladies Slovak Open. Sally has Camilla for Company. June 21 2014

  dragon logo darkAllianz Ladies Slovak Open presented by RESPECT Sally Watson has Camilla Lennarth for company at the top of the leaderboard for the Ladies Slovak Open. Camilla Lennarth / Getty Images  Camilla fired a -3 under par 69 in gusty and changeable conditions to join overnight leader Sally Watson in a share of the lead at the end of day three at the Ladies Slovak Open. Both ladies are now at -5 under par for the tournament, giving them a two shot lead going into the final round. Camilla said patience was key to her round; “I had a few good bounces and a few bad ones but I managed to recover every time. I put it pretty close on four for an eagle and made that putt to turn it around, because I had a bogey on the second. I had a few bad shots but I managed to make up and down and kept a positive attitude from there and managed my way around this golf course. It’s tricky because the wind is swirling and you pick one club and you’re over the ball and its turning, so you pick another club. Patience is key here.” Sally slipped up returning a third round score of +3 over par 75, not the round she was hoping for, but she is still excited to be there with a chance of her first victory on Tour; “I’m really excited for tomorrow. This is my first year on tour and it’s only my fifth LET event. To already have a chance to win is fantastic. I hope I can go out and play my best." “It’s definitely not a position I’m used to so far in professional golf but hopefully it will be one that I become comfortable with in the coming months. It will be nice to play tomorrow with this round out of the way. I learned a lot." “Overall it was pretty solid. I had a few loose shots which cost me but it was windier today and I didn’t hit it quite as well so I made life more difficult for myself but I’m still in a good position going into tomorrow so that’s the main thing.” Sally Watson / Getty Images   Klara Spilkova of the Czech Republic is two strokes back in third position at -3 under par for the tournament, 19 year-old Klara is also looking for her first Tour win; “It was up and down all the time. I had four putts on the second hole, which hasn’t happened to me in 10 years, but I had a crazy long birdie putt on the par 3. I took a triple because of a bad drive but then I started to play really good and I had three birdies so I’m so happy to finish like this.”