Will Zalatoris: I felt comfortable in those positions

"You know, I love playing this place. I played well here last year and got some good vibes running around this place"

by Sead Dedovic
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Will Zalatoris: I felt comfortable in those positions

Open winner Cameron Smith is two shots off leader JJ Spaun heading into the final round of the FedEx St Jude Championship in Memphis. Cameron Smith continues his great form. He recently announced his fight for 1st place. Smith is two shots off leader JJ Spaun before the final round of the FedEx St Jude Championship.

"One of my goals, probably since the start of the year, is to try to get to that top spot and I'll try to chase it down," he said for skysports. J.J Spaun believes that he has to raise the level of his game to a much higher level.

Spaun is aware of the competition he will have, but he is motivated and ready to give his best, as before. "I know I've got to play better than I did today tomorrow," Spaun said. "You look at the names, I mean, those guys, major champions and multiple winners and you've got really hot golfers that are, you know, just playing really good.

It's not going to be easy tomorrow and I don't think if I play like how I did today, that will be enough. "I'm just going to give it all I've got and hopefully make some more birdies than I did today and we'll see what happens after we add them up."

Sepp Straka and Will Zalatoris

Spaun has a one shot lead over Sepp Straka "It was a lot of good, a lot of bad, but overall I'm pretty happy with it," Straka said of his round.

"I hung in there nicely, got up and down a couple times when I needed to and yeah, I was able to convert the few birdie putts that I had." Will Zalatoris is ready for tomorrow's challenge. "You know, I love playing this place.

I played well here last year and got some good vibes running around this place," he said. "I played on the biggest stages in the majors and I felt comfortable in those positions. Obviously I haven't got a win out of it yet. Eventually we will and hopefully tomorrow it is."

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