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April 1, 2017

Michelle Wie West

Rancho Mirage, California

Q. Exactly what was the issue out there?
MICHELLE WIE: I just kind of felt like -- back in Australia I kind of hurt my back a little bit, but feeling okay. Just hit one shot that was a little bit out of sync and kind of threw my hips out of place. But I'm okay, just hung in there today. I think it was just a lot of golf. The two full warm-ups, played how many holes, 28 holes. Just not a young stallion anymore, I guess.

Q. You've dealt with this before; how do you get it right for tomorrow?
MICHELLE WIE: You know, I'm excited. I think hopefully I go out a little bit later tomorrow, get some sleep, sleep past 4:00 a.m. I'll be good. Just going to go see the physios for a little bit, be fresh and ready to go tomorrow.

Q. On the positive side, you've really been working hard on your putting. You had a lot of par saves drop today. How confident are you with the putter right now, especially going into Sunday?
MICHELLE WIE: Yeah, it feels good to see my hard work pay off. I spent a lot of time inside five, ten feet today, and with my back and everything, just grinding it out there. I made a lot of good par putts, and I feel really good about it. I wish I made a little more birdies on the back nine, but I'm still in position I feel like, and hopefully go out there tomorrow and shoot as low as I can.

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