August 7, 2022
Gullane, East Lothian, Scotland, UK
Q. How was this week for you?
BROOKE HENDERSON: Yeah, that's my first top 10, if it stays the way it is right now, that I've had at the British Open, so really feels good, and I feel like it was really a solid week.
I played well on the back nine today. Made a birdie late on 17 that got me under par, so happy with how today went and happy with the week.
Q. So being your first top 10 on the links at the AIG Women's Open, what have you been learning through the years, and what worked for you this week here?
BROOKE HENDERSON: I think just learning how to play links golf all the time. Every year I'm over here, I'm trying to soak it in and learn different styles and just to be patient in the conditions because it was extremely windy today. I think just did a great job with calculating numbers and when things didn't go so well, just staying patient and waiting for the birdies to come.
Q. The last three months, the stretch of golf you've played, the majors, what's different this year? What's going on?
BROOKE HENDERSON: I don't know, it's been really fun the last few months, two wins and a lot of really good finishes. It's just been fun and I feel like we've got it going right now so hopefully we can keep the momentum rolling, at least for a little while longer. Golf is so up-and-down and right now we're at a high and we're just trying to ride it as long as we can.
Q. So we talked about the CP Women's coming up, can you give us an intro of what's going to happen there and how much are you looking forward to that?
BROOKE HENDERSON: I'm super excited. It's really close to home this year so there will be lots of people hopefully. It's always a crazy week for me. It's so much fun to have that much support and love from Canadian fans and to be able to play in front of them on home soil and just have the whole tour come and show them how we play every single week is pretty cool.
I love that week, and I'm just really excited for it.
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