May 26, 2021
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Q. Bronte, that was quite a battle you had with Amy back and forth. Brought it back to all square; tied there at the edged. Walk us through the last couple holes and what the back and forth was like.
BRONTE LAW: Yeah, we just played really good golf. No one was more than 1up at any given time. It was a lot of solid golf. I think we halved a hole in birdie. There was -- yeah, just both of us looked really solid and it made for a really good game.
Obviously managed to get one back on 17, which was good timing for 18. And then 18 is a great finishing hole. Amy made a great save to halve that one. So, yeah, just I think fair result at the end there. Yeah, just love being out there and it's such a phenomenal golf course. Every hole extra that we get to play is a pleasure, and I got in all 18 today.
Q. Exactly. I was talking to my colleague on 18 about how aggressive you can be on putts in match play and things like that. If you had been here in stroke play would you have been that aggressive on 18?
BRONTE LAW: I don't know. I think that's a difficult shot anyway, so yeah, there is definitely -- it's definitely a different game, like you say.
Those putt for halves you can be a lot more aggressive with it, which I like inside six feet. And, yeah, I think there is definitely a big difference. You're not too worried about what happened in the past. You're just playing in the moment, and I really enjoy that.
I'm looking to carry that on for the rest of the week.
Q. Does match play bring out the competitive blood even more in you?
BRONTE LAW: Yeah, I think so. I would be lying if I said I wasn't enjoying every second of this. Win or lose, just really enjoying it, and hoping that I can take that momentum into tomorrow.
And obviously half a point is still very much in the game, so two more to go before the cut off.
Q. And you said you've seen all 18 now. This is a beast of a golf course. Been using that phrase too much, but I think it's accurate. How does this golf course set up well for match play and the difficulty in the competition that this brings?
BRONTE LAW: I think just knowing that even if you just hit the green it's not like an automatic two-putt. You still have your work cut out. And equally, if your opponent is on the green you're not out of the hole. A good chip and a putt can makeup for a lot.
So just hanging in there and taking the opportunities when you get them is definitely the key to success out here.
Q. I'm sure even though she's not here Catriona is watching this on TV. Are you thinking ahead to Toledo?
BRONTE LAW: Yeah, of course. There is no doubt I want to be there. There is a lot of golf to play between now and then and I will be doing everything I can to prove myself to her.
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