PAUL McGINLEY: I got the putter hot, 30 feet on 3. Five feet on 4. 20 feet on 5. 20 feet on 6. Four feet on 8. Four feet on 12. Drove it on the lip of the bunker on 16. Missed it right, which you can't do, you can't miss it right there, hit a good shot, misread it.
17 the same, and it's behind the tree. I hit a lob wedge over the tree. Second shot couldn't get any distance on the second shot, and thought I hit a good third shot only got caught in the rough with a 4 iron, 218 yards. Again, hit a brilliant putt, thought it was going to go in, just stayed on the high side and the last was a 3 wood, 5 wood.
I really wanted to win this. I really wanted to win this. I've said before, my career is not going to be I'm not happy with the wins that I've had. I feel I deserve better. I feel I've played well enough to win the Volvo Masters when Padraig birdied the last to beat me. I've played well in the big events. It's not a question that I've not played well this those events. I don't feel I'm back backed into second position at any stage. It's just somebody has played better than me. Padraig played better than me, holed a big putt to beat me. And Cabrera has obviously played fantastic today. He made an eagle on 4, which was a huge boost, huge, massive boost for him. As I say, you've got to give him credit, well played.
Q. Did you hear from Darren before you went out?
PAUL McGINLEY: Yeah, we talked a lot. It's been a tough weekend, not very much sleep, that's all I can say.
But, you know, she's a fighter. You've got to hand it to her, she's a fighter, and so you know, she's just a really good girl. That much you can be certain.
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