That meant for us the goal was still the same, shoot as low as we could but the expectations certainly went back to around par being a great score as opposed to the 5 and 6 under scores of quite a few of the morning players. I played really solid to turn the front nine in 2 under par and was playing well. The back nine has been a bit of a struggle for me all week and once again it proved that way for me. I didn't do a hell of a lot wrong just missed a couple of greens, which in those winds was understandable. I actually played great recovery shots but could make the putts and dropped three shots coming home. My bogey on the last hole was the one that took a little shine off the day as even par was an exceptional round of golf in that wind. Quality players were struggling all around me which just shows the difficulty of the day.
So I go into the final round with a sniff still. 4 shots back is nothing on this course that rewards quality golf and putting. I am very excited for the final round and am looking forward to enjoying myself out there knowing that my score and outcome doesn't define who Matt Guyatt is as a person, Matt Guyatt defines that. I am looking forward to interacting with some of the spectators and trying to put as many smiles on their faces as possible!