CP Women's Open, Record Breaking Ryu Out in Front. August 23 2014

White Dragon Golflogo Record breaking So Yeon Ryu is way out in front at the CP Women's Open in Ontario. [caption id="attachment_6537" align="alignnone" width="300"]CP Women's Open So Yeon Ryu / Getty Images[/caption] So Yeon made her first mistake today, carding a bogey at the third hole en-route to a third round -5 under par 67 and tournament total of -20 under par, and will have a four shot lead over the field at the start of play on Sunday. She has the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open’s scoring record in sight, not to mention the LPGA career scoring record of -27 under par, exciting golf at the London Hunt & Country Club; " I think my lowest score was 29 under when I was 16 at the Asian Games. If I have a chance, I want to break my current record. Also, if I can, I want to break another LPGA record.”  " My starting wasn't that great.  I made a bogey at the third hole that I think about, okay, let's forget about the    bogey." " Then today I'm going to need five more birdies.  After that I'm going to be happy.  Then I made a fifth birdie at the 16th, and I made a sixth birdie at the 17.  I played better than what I thought. " " The other happy thing is that if you make a birdie at 17, CP is going to donate $5,000.00 to the Children's Health Foundation.  I'd really be happy to be part of that." " I had dinner with Inbee.  Inbee was really highly encouraging me.  It feels great that the world's best player was encouraging me.  She is definitely a really great supporter for me.  So I feel really great.  If I get a champagne from her, it's going to be more awesome." Inbee is back in fourth position at -14 under par for the tournament, she had nice things to say about So Yeon; “I think she is due. I think she was due a long time ago, but she probably threw her opportunities away. Hopefully, if I can’t do it this time, hopefully she does it. I’m really rooting for her.” Second spot is shared between  Azahara Munoz, and Na Yeon Choi, both ladies at -16 under par, neither of them have been this low at the 54 hole stage before. Azahara's total was due mainly due to her third round record equaling -9 under par 63. She hopes to go out and have fun with her putter  tomorrow; “First round I played really well, and today I played really well, too. I just didn’t make the putts. Today I think the made the most, hopefully my putter keeps being hot like it is now and just have fun tomorrow.” Na Yeon carded -6 under 66 today, and despite -16 under being her best 54 hole total she is still four shots adrift of the leader; "I never even really think about like close to even 20 under. I mean, even my score is like 16 under, and some friends called, I’m on fire this week, but look at So Yeon.” You can not argue with that comment. Defending Champion Lydia Ko could only manage an even par round, and now has no chance to repeat her winning performance from last year. She is currently 15 shots adrift of the top.