PHOENIX (AP) -- Yani Tseng was a lot more concerned about the wind at tight Wildfire Golf Club than rain and cold Sunday in the final round of the LPGA Founders Cup.
"If it's windy on this golf course, it's not easy. I mean the greens are pretty firm and the course is very narrow," said Tseng, tied for the lead with Ai Miyazato after the third round Saturday.
"If it's very windy tomorrow, you just want to keep it on the fairway, be patient all day and play smart. But I love the wind. Raining, it's OK, so it'll cool down a little bit."
Actually, it will cool down at lot. After temperatures in the mid-80s on Thursday and Friday and high 70s Saturday, it is supposed to only get into the mid-50s Sunday and the wind is expected to gust at 25 mph.
"It could be you need to make some birdies out there, but then you need to be really patient, too," Miyazato said. "But it doesn't matter about the weather."
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