Oct. 22, 2004
We just finished our third round and it’s 6 p.m. Today was really hot and humid. It’s been a long day because we had about a 3 1/2 hour rain delay. I struggled a bit today with my putts rimming the edges but was pleased with my play overall. I am optimistic about tomorrow. Laura and Mary Ann played very well. Canada still holds a one-shot lead over Sweden going into the final day. We play the Ocean Course tomorrow and will be paired with Sweden and the United States. It should be a great day and we couldn’t ask for anymore than to have the lead at the World Championships. The key tomorrow will be to take one shot at a time and stay patient. Since it’s late, we are just in the media room and then heading to dinner. Keep your fingers crossed for us tommorow. It will be really exciting!