June 28, 2014
Q. What was different out there today?
SEUNG-YUL NOH: Just make a putt, one chip-in and a lot of birdies.
Q. So what do you think forward, going into tomorrow, now kind of in contention, what's your mind-set for tomorrow?
SEUNG-YUL NOH: It's getting hot out there. It's getting firm and fast. A little tough today but very good scoring, and then I think just a few shots behind the lead, so maybe another good chance for tomorrow.
Q. What do you think about the course so far?
SEUNG-YUL NOH: It is tough, tough conditions, getting firm and fast.
Q. It's windy now and getting windy as the day goes on.
SEUNG-YUL NOH: Just same, last two days, but every day a little different direction, so a little tough today, 10,11, 13, 14th hole into the wind. So a lot of good holes out there.
Q. Justin Rose was mentioning this is one of the longest courses he's played. What do you think about the length of the course?
SEUNG-YUL NOH: It is long but I like the long course because it's a good advantage for me. Even you miss the fairway, but still a chance with short iron or mid-iron to the green.
Q. What do you think about the international makeup of the leaderboard right now, a Swede, a couple Aussies, yourself; what do you think about that?
SEUNG-YUL NOH: Yeah, but it's third round, so maybe top of the leaderboard for tomorrow.
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