NANCY LOPEZ: She's just amazing but she's 15 years old and she's six-foot tall and she looks like a baby and she still thinks like a baby. She's 15; I have a 13-year-old and I think my 13-year-old is as mature as she is, that's how young she is. I think that just kind of excites people, to be able to see somebody come out and play with the pressure that she's playing under, maybe not so much the pressure because she doesn't really have the pressure except from herself. She is really kind of showing everybody -- she is really kind of showing off, which I remember I did that a few times. I played in the U.S. Open when I was 15, I was showing off because I didn't have any pressure on me. Nobody really expected me to do well, but when I did, that was fun and everybody thought that was kind of cool and it was just something different.
It's a different kind of pressure right now, not a bad kind of pressure that will make her play bad, but once she steps into the Tour, that's a different pressure and now you're supporting yourself, trying to win tournament because it's expected that you will.
Playing with the guys is great for her, it's been fun watching her, but to me, you know, I think she should be concerned about beating Annika, be the best woman player in the world. I've never believed that women should play against the guys and they are much stronger than we are. If she wants to go on the men's tour, maybe she'll accomplish that, but I don't believe she'll ever win a PGA event. The guys are too strong, and playing from the men's tees, it will be very long, she does hit it long but it's just a different type of golf game. I'd like to see her putt the LPGA Tour No. 1 on her list of goals because I'd like to see her out here building the LPGA Tour where I think she really should be.
Q. Your five were in a lot shorter period than that, do you think five in a row is five in a row, or does having a few months off in the middle --
NANCY LOPEZ: I'm always going to think my five in a row is better -- that's a joke. (Laughing).
I think five in a row is basically five in a row. You win five tournaments in a row and I think that has a lot -- that's saying a whole bunch. Where is she playing next? If she wins six in a row, that's pretty awesome. Five in a row is great but six in a row is awesome.
JOEL LAMP: Thanks, Nancy. Appreciate it.
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