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Even though she admitted the other day that she really is not comfortable in match play, Saso didn't give Sakoda a chance.
The 17-year-old Saso shook off a bogey on the third hole with a birdie on the next then broke a run of pars with a sizzling windup that shoved the reigning Asian Games gold medalist to the top of the heap of the $100,000 event hosted by the MGC for the first time in the seventh season of the Ladies Philippine Golf Tour.
Out to atone for her putting struggle late in the first round where she flubbed five birdie chances inside 8 feet that enabled Yosita Khawnuna of Thailand and Mafy Singson to gain a share of the lead, Saso actually failed to hit her scoring target but succeeded to wrest control as her rivals faltered one after the other with over-par scores.
Yuka Saso takes a selfie with her Girls Junior PGA trophy.
1 seed, Saso will take on either Ainsley Cowart of Georgia or Kayle Sakoda of California, who will be disputing the last and No.
In a roller-coaster round, Saso, 17, gunned down three birdies and the same number of bogeys to trail fancied Americans Jennifer Kupcho and 16-year-old Zoe Campos who fired similar 4-under 68 at Champions Retreat Golf Club, venue for the first two rounds.
I could've turned in a better round and could've taken the solo lead,' said Saso, who muffed birdie tries on Nos.
Coming off a 6 and 4 romp over Kaylee Sakoda from California in the Round of 64 Wednesday, Saso bucked an early scare from Delaware's Phoebe Brinker that included a one-hole deficit after seven holes as she birdied the par-5 No.
Almost mirroring Chan's victory over Zheng, Saso overtook erstwhile runaway leader Rose Zhang and then beat American Jensen Castle by two shots with a final-round 67.
During his recent Tokyo trip where Romasanta joined other CDMs, he was told that the Japanese are looking forward to hosting Saso and Watanabe, whose respective fathers are originally from Japan.
But although booming with confidence, Saso has to contend against a field teeming with talent at the Manila Golf and Country Club inside Forbes Park.