Meijer LPGA Classic. It's Still Inbee August 09 2014

White Dragon GolfIt's still Inbee Park at the top of the Meijer LPGA Classic. [caption id="attachment_6410" align="alignnone" width="620"]Meijer LPGA Classic Inbee Park / Getty Images[/caption] Inbee stayed on top of the Meijer LPGA Classic with a third round -3 under par 68 and holds the 54-hole lead at -13 under par for the tournament. She remarked on the wind today, and is still in love with her new putter; " Today was a little bit windier than other two days, it was a little bit tougher to control the ball so I didn’t hit it as close as last two days, but I was able to hole a couple of long putts, so I was able to go a little bit lower today. Obviously I putted really good out there today, like just like I did last two days.” " I think something just really different and something really new to my eyes, probably something really fresh for me, something that I’m not really used to. I just wanted to put this putter in before I go to major next week and kind of see what it’s like." " It was a good change for me because I never used the blade putter for about five years and this is first time I’m trying it in five years. Yeah, but it seems like it’s going really on line and I feel like I’m stroking the ball a little bit better this week.” Mirim Lee is in second place, just one shot back at -12 under par, with Suzann Pettersen a further shot back at -11 under par. Suzann posted a -2 under par 69, and said she had to fight for that; " Overall one of those days where you just fight to stay in it. Didn’t have the greatest of feels throughout the round, a little bit of gusty wind at the time, some greens are getting really hard, so there were a lot of challenges out there today and hopefully there’s going to be as many tomorrow and maybe I can do just a little bit better.”I’ve been out with injuries for major weeks out of this year, missed pretty much two majors. I missed the first one, I couldn’t play, and the second one, I don’t know, I wasn’t really well prepared. For me when I started playing well again it was actually Arkansas the week before the British Open, played really well at the British Open and I felt like if I was ever going to win an Open it was one of those weeks where you felt like you were hitting the ball good and I gave myself the chance."