Per Langfors, 2019 ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth, Round 3 Interview - 16th February 2019
Q. No. 1 seed, are you keen to be going into tomorrow in that same position?
PER LANGFORS: Yeah, it feels really good. Exciting for -- excited for the match play, see what happens there.
Q. When did you last play match play?
PER LANGFORS: Last year on Nordic League, like one year ago. I think I remember how to do it.
Q. Do you think how much (inaudible) getting that first round off, do you think?
PER LANGFORS: Obviously it's really good (inaudible), so just got to stay focused and I'm going to keep doing what we're doing.
Q. First time in Perth?
PER LANGFORS: It is, yeah, first time in Australia.
Q. What do you make of it?
PER LANGFORS: It's really good, I like it. It's cold in Sweden at the moment at least, so really nice to be here.
Q. What's your Tour status at the moment and what would a win mean for you?
PER LANGFORS: I got the Q-School status from last year, so obviously a win would mean the world to me. At the moment I don't get into Rolex Series events, so obviously would be nice.
Q. And when did you turn pro?
PER LANGFORS: Four years ago. This is my fifth year. Played four years on Nordic League in Sweden, so big step to the European Tour. Obviously a big step to being in the lead as well.
Q. What's pro life been like so far?
PER LANGFORS: Really good, it's so fun. I mean, just enjoying every second of it. It's really good.
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