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Honest as ever, Esther Henseleit didn’t hold back after her third round at the Marathon LPGA Classic. “I mean, my ball striking was so bad today. I think I hit one good iron shot today,” said Henseleit, cracking a quick laugh. She said she felt she aged 10 years after an exhausting day of play. But despite the self-critique, the 2020/21 LPGA Tour rookie recorded a 67 to sit at -12 overall and in solo fourth heading into Sunday.
Henseleit started off with three bogeys and one birdie in her first six holes but turned her game around starting with a birdie on No. 8. From there, the German notched four more birdies, including on the final two par 5s. “The [birdie] on 17 I wasn't sure if I could get there or not and I didn't really hit a good one; had a quite tough pitch over the bunker. Had to be a bit spin-y. Almost holed it, so that one was nice,” said Henseleit. “And then on 18 I hit it long with the second and also needed like a high soft one; also made a good one. Had like a 2-foot birdie putt and made that one.”
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