Q. How much did the momentum from the eagle yesterday carry over today?
KARRIE WEBB: Well, yesterday's round I think I was a bit of a trash queen. Yesterday I didn't hit the ball well at all. I got up and down. You name it, I got up and down. It was an unbelievable round and to hole the shot on the last, just makes you realize how crazy this game can be where you can be playing your very best golf as far as tee to green and then not make any putts, and I shoot 1-under or something, and I felt I hit it fairly ordinary yesterday and hole a shot on the last, and all of a sudden I was quite pleased. I was telling my caddy, Mike, when we were going up the last, I can't believe I'm 1-under today. I had gotten every little bit out of my round. I hole it and shoot 3-under and all of a sudden I'm in contention for the tournament. So it's just a crazy game.
Q. When you are one stroke away from it when you think over the day (Inaudible)?
KARRIE WEBB: You can do that every round of every week. You would beat yourself up if you did that too much. I can say today I missed about a four or five-footer on the 3rd hole for birdie. Then I made two six, 7 footers for par on 17 and 18. So if I make that birdie putt, but miss both of those, I'm even one shot worse than I already am. So it all evens out in the mix.
Q. Karrie, is there a feeling that this finally gives you something really substantial that you can build upon going into upcoming events now?
KARRIE WEBB: Yes. Obviously it my best finish of the year so I feel pretty good about that. Things are coming around slowly. I think my swing is actually a lot better than it is. It's really good on the range. I just haven't been out -- take it out to the course and play a whole 18 holes of golf where I feel I hit every shot reasonably well.
So you know, once I can carry it out to the golf course, you know, I think I will be in contention a little bit more often.
NEAL REID: Thanks.
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