Q. One thing you said was that you like this course because you have to hit good shots into the greens. Talking to a lot of players before the tournament, they seemed to think that's where the premium is on this course, the second shots into the green. For that reason, because you like that kind of golf course, as you think about the courses that you play on the tour, would this be maybe one of the ones that favors your game more than others?
MICHELE REDMAN: Yeah. As far as hitting into the greens, I mean, there's a lot of room in the fairways. I have a tendency to play better on courses that are more difficult. I'm not saying this isn't a difficult course, but the fairways are a little wider than some of the other courses.
But hitting into the greens, these are more difficult, I think, because there's so many different slopes on the greens that to play two rounds on them, I don't think you get to know them as well as you would like. I think that's the big difference.
I really think that you can get some kicks out here on these greens that can really hurt you.
Q. For that reason, do you think maybe you would have a better chance here than you would have had at New Albany the last three of playing well and being in contention?
MICHELE REDMAN: Yeah, because, I mean, I didn't play New Albany last year. I never had a start at New Albany like I had here, definitely.
Q. How did you feel about your play today?
MICHELE REDMAN: I really felt great. I hit it really good. I took yesterday off. I'm kind of tired really. I've had three really difficult weeks. My dad hasn't been well. I traveled home a couple times in between events.
I felt great out there. I got a great night's sleep. It's funny, like I said, I didn't practice yesterday, but I didn't give myself a lot of time to warm up this morning either. It probably was the right thing to do.
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