HELEN ALFREDSSON: No, you know, what I think, I'm just in a stage now where I work out hard and you try to find a comfort zone where you know where your ball is going. You know you have to putt the ball from A to B. That's what it always comes down to. The competition is so tough. You can't afford mistakes. You've got to minimize them. Of course, you've always got to rely on your putter. That's a very important part of the game as well. I don't know. You can't do much more than trying to do the same thing and trying to find a good golf swing that works and trust the putter, you know.
Q. Was any particular part of your game clicking today?
HELEN ALFREDSSON: You know, I've always -- even last year I didn't have a very good year. I didn't hit the ball very close, but when you start making a little bit of putts, it takes a lot of pressure off. I mean, that makes it -- when the putt is there, it makes it so much more comfortable.
Q. Your life is a roller-coaster?
HELEN ALFREDSSON: No, no, no, no, everything is up and down all the time. Right now everything is great, but I've gone through things, and it's just a reflection how my golf game is. Nothing really bad, but, you know the things that happened to me like I was here sitting here trying to get a flight out of Detroit. I was sitting right there waiting for the flight, and I missed it. Things like that. I have to go with the flow and expect the worst. (expletive) happens, as they say.
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