|Yani Tseng (Allison)|
Tseng, obviously, likes the track a lot.
"Just grip it and rip it," she said about the Pattaya Course. "This course is good for the ball strikers but you need a good strategy for the second shots. The greens are really tough."
There will be ample competition. Nine of the top 10 players in the world rankings are in the Honda LPGA Thailand field. Besides Tseng, past champions playing this week include Suzann Pettersen, Ai Miyazato, Anna Nordqvist, Inbee Park and Yang.
"This course is good for long hitters," Tseng added, "but you need to play good on the greens and place the shot on these greens. You need to be patient on this golf course."
Golf Channel will cover all four rounds, beginning on Thursday at 1 a.m. Eastern time.
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