Joining the final grouping at 5-under par overall is Lilia Vu (Fountain Valley, California) who turned in a near bogey-free effort this afternoon going 5-under par.
“When I first got to UCLA my assistant coach taught me how to do aimpoint. We spent an hour on it and ever since then I just use aimpoint. It pretty much works everywhere so I've stuck with it,” said Vu. “I felt comfortable over my putts today the front nine yesterday, before I hit some putts 10 feet past the hole because I was adjusting from last week last week the greens are slow. On the back nine I was able to make a bunch of birdies, so I learned how to just dial it back a little bit and then I knew that going into today.”
In addition to working on her physical game on the course, Vu has shared throughout the season her personal growth on her mental game through reading books. When she won the Garden City Charity Classic earlier this year, she was reading Lynn Marriott and Pia Nilsson’s book Be A Player.
“I'm reading Super Attractor and last night there was one particular paragraph that said something along the lines of ‘for anything in life like business or competition, if you have fun doing it the outcome will be good. If you try to have fun and if you focus on playing well and then you have fun that never works out you have to have fun first and then everything else will follow.’”