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September 26, 2021

So Yeon Ryu

Rogers, Arkansas, USA

Pinnacle Country Club

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Q. We'll start with a heck of a day.

SO YEON RYU: It was.

Q. How good did it feel to put that together?

SO YEON RYU: I had 10 birdies today. You know, was really kind of feel bad to make that the second hole, because that was three-putt.

But it was really, really feel great to have a super low round. Haven't done it for a while.

And then it's definitely help me out to gain some confidence.

And then I think today definitely my second shot was much better, which means I feel like I'm in the right progress. I really want to take this opportunity as gaining my confidence level and then just keep going to enjoy the golf.

Q. The birdies, you had a streak from 5 to 7, 5, 6, 7.

SO YEON RYU: Uh-huh.

Q. You had another one at 9, another one at 10, and then 12 and ended it out with four straight from 15 through 18. When you got on those streaks, especially on this course today, does it kind of snowball, you just feel like to just kind of is going to come?

SO YEON RYU: Yeah, I think like if I look back every time when I shot really low score you don't really know how many birdies you've had. You're just really in your zone. You don't really think about the other things, and then you just focus on the present.

So I think that's really important thing. And then at the same time it's toughest thing well. So I think I didn't really know how many birdies I made in a row, and then like I just saw scorecard and realize, Okay, I have four in a row and then three in a row, which good.

Q. Yeah, pretty amazing. Did any of them in particular stand out to you, were more memorable than the others?

SO YEON RYU: I want to say my 1st hole. My 1st hole is actually 10th, and then I made like 15 feet birdie putt and then I actually haven't made many of the middle putt, and then when you started to make a little longer putt than like short range putt I think you started to feel more comfortable with your stroke.

So I want to say that was the one that pulled the trigger.

Q. Then next week, another three-day event for you. Specifically how do you approach a three-day versus a four-day, and does a round like this maybe entice you to swing for the fences next week?

SO YEON RYU: You know, we usually go to the golf course Monday, but I think when we play three-days event arrive on the golf course Monday just makes me feel like just that week is way too long.

So I'm just going to go drive back to Dallas tonight and then stay in my own bed for two nights and then flying on Tuesday and then playing Wednesday pro-am, Thursday practice, three-day event.

I know I might only got a chance to play pro-am and then just no practice on the golf course, but I think these days just mentally well rested is more important than practice.

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