As the AIG Women's Open heads into its final round, Lillia Vu shares the lead with Charley Hull. Hull registered a 68 in the third round to boost her hopes of claiming her first major title. Hull has played on the same course many times.
Due to this fact, many people are of the opinion that she could be able to win this race. Her goal is to remain calm in such moments and take the pressure off herself. "I'm super excited," Hull said, as quoted by skysports. "I haven't actually really felt the pressure all week, I've just been treating it like I'm playing at home with friends.
I'm staying at my house and I've played this course many times with my friends and I'm just going out there having so much fun, making birdies and just enjoying it. At the end of the day, it's just golf and I love it!"
Charley Hull is happy about the huge support she has at the tournament.
Having such support means a huge wind at the back. Hall wants to make herself and her fans happy by winning, but she knows it won't be easy. Georgia Hall managed to win the AIG Women's Open in 2018. Her dream is to do the same.
"So many young kids out there and it's really nice to see I'm inspiring young girls," Hull continued. "When I was younger I used to look up to Laura [Davies] and it seems like now they're looking up to me and that's pretty cool.
"It [winning] would be absolutely unbelievable. What Georgia done in 2017 or 2018, I can't remember what it was, that was unbelievable. To do that again would be unreal. But one step at a time and just go out there and have fun."
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