Q. Can you talk a little bit about Hilary's short game today and how impressed you were with that and her overall demeanor out there under this kind of pressure?
KELLY ROBBINS: Hilary was very impressive today. Like you said, her short game, it spoke for itself. She got up-and-down from places that -- hit the chip where she need to do and then would still make the 6 to 10-footer type of thing for her save. And that's what it takes. When things are off a little bit, those are the things that you need to have happen to stay in contention, to get to contention, to win. And Hilary did it all today.
Q. Just wondering back on her short game, it looked like you had a chance to be tied on 10, when she was coming out of the bunker. If you reached a point where you just expected her to make that, and even toward the end when you're kind of out of it, for someone being in this position for the first time, if you're wondering if they were ever going to break down?
KELLY ROBBINS: If she was ever going to, I would never have known. Getting up-and-down out of 10, just the putt -- she rolled one by on 11, and then made the come back. And I think that was Hilary, wasn't it? She rolled it by on 11 and made the comeback. Again, those are the things for not having the experience to be under the pressure at an event like this, she was into her game and she knew what she needed to do. And she did what we all hope to do, pull it off when we need to.
Q. You kind of touched on it, but you think this course kind of negated some of the length advantage you may have had because you have to be so precise off the tees, and you didn't feel like you could free wheel?
KELLY ROBBINS: As far as this playing so firm?
KELLY ROBBINS: You know, it's kind of a double-edged sword a little bit. If we come out here and if it's rained a lot and the greens are soft, someone who obviously hits the ball farther is able to get it out there farther and able to stop it on the greens, and the pin placements that we have. This is probably as difficult for me as it can play, just because I have to make sure that I hit it -- people -- I played with so many people that had no decisions to make this week. They just hit driver, which is great. But on every tee, I'm 3-wood, 5-wood, well, how are you going to hit it, hit it low, hit it high, cut it a little bit, which is -- I wouldn't trade it for anything, but it does make the course that much more difficult. You see the undulations out there on the greens. Okay, now you're in the fairway, can you stop it, do you have to hit it up on this mound, that type of thing. Playing the way it does, yes, does take away from -- someone who hits it far has no advantage.
RHONDA GLENN: Kelly, you said you hit driver only once today, which hole was that.
KELLY ROBBINS: I poked it left on 3 -- 4.
Q. Were you surprised how long Angela was today to kind of almost go for the ball -- seemed like the balls were together in the fairway a lot?
KELLY ROBBINS: Well, I was hitting 5-wood or 3-wood. So -- but Angela hits it very well, don't get me wrong. And it depends what it hits in the fairway, what type of bounce you get and that type of thing. So I think this would not be a good week to compare how far people hit it by any means at all. And I do know that Angela -- I knew is a very good ball striker. And I knew today -- she missed a couple, she knew it, and got some good bounces, and that's just the way it is. But Angela is a good, strong player.
RHONDA GLENN: Were you a Public Links player, did you play in Women's Amateur Public Links.
KELLY ROBBINS: No.
RHONDA GLENN: I know the other two were.
What a great week for you, congratulations, we hope this is momentum for the weeks to come.
KELLY ROBBINS: Thank you.
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