August 13, 2021
Leven, Fife, Scotland, UK
Q. This is your second Scottish Open. How are you finding playing in Scotland and what's your favourite thing of trying to play on a links course?
PAJAREE ANANNARUKARN: I'm trying to think of my favourite but I love coming back here in Scotland, there's so much history, and the oldest course and where golf started. It's always great to be able to explore the course and getting to know more about links course because back home we don't get to play this kind of course very often. It was really nice to come back and then play it again.
Q. Obviously going into the weekend, what do you think you're going to do to prepare or maybe what did you come into the week and how do you prepare for this week? You said you don't get these sort of conditions; it's difficult.
PAJAREE ANANNARUKARN: Well, I think I'm probably going to hit some more drive. I feel like if I can drive it well, then I think I'll just really put myself in good position. Obviously the wind affect a lot when it switches. Got caught up, especially the back nine, or I thought that's afternoon wave, so I feel like maybe I need to go hit a little bit, just play with the wind more, try not to play too much with the wind obviously. Just try to be able to manage that better.
Q. And obviously in Ireland, you just won your first LPGA event. How do you feel like that momentum has helped you?
PAJAREE ANANNARUKARN: I mean, it's still good. I feel like I've been playing well but just the course itself is completely different. Well, it's kind of firm there but it's not like Scottish course.
So yeah, it's good momentum going. Hopefully we'll keep doing what I've been doing well, so, well, just try to stay patient and hit one shot at a time. You can't rush into it.
Q. You're one of 11 Thai players here, you have a new sponsor, Trust Golf, it's a Thai company. Does it feel like the atmosphere is different and what does it feel like to be among 11 Thai golfers?
PAJAREE ANANNARUKARN: It's great. I got to see my friends, a lot of my friends are here this week. I wouldn't say it feels like home but it's just great to see all the Thai peoples and obviously get to talk and hang out a little.
But yeah, it's been great. And then, you know, we all got to play here in Scottish Open, and it's a good opportunity for us to maybe grow more, how do you say it, like yeah, just, it's great.
Q. A lot of opportunities because they have also invited you.
PAJAREE ANANNARUKARN: Thai players get to play this links course, and it's great.
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