JULI INKSTER: Yes, I think Ty Votaw was great for us. I think he really stabilized the Tour. Charlie Meecham probably was our first for me, where I really first knew what a commissioner did, before I really wasn't quite sure, but Charlie really business wise had a lot of respect out there in the business world and he took the LPGA on his back and said, Hey, listen, this is the right thing to do for your business. He had the voice to do that. At that time that's what we needed. When he retired, Ty came in. And Ty, I felt, did a really good job for us. He took our Tour, he kept it even keel, raised it a little bit.
But I think Carolyn is going to be she's going to be very good for us. She has got a lot of she's not afraid to say no. She's not afraid to say this is the way it's going to be, but she also too has the respect of the business world and we need both.
Right now, she's got a lot to work with. Right now the Tour is in the best shape it's ever been, and I think she's going to make some changes. And a lot of people aren't going to agree with them, but I think they're changes that the LPGA needs to make. And I know the Tour is behind her.
I think we're all trying to work together, so I think right now you've got to give her a chance. You can't do this thing in 2 or 3 months. It's a strategy she has mapped out and you have to let her run her course and I think she's going to do us a good job.
Q. How much interaction have you had with Morgan Pressel?
JULI INKSTER: I'm her big sister, so I got 20 bucks off her from Phoenix. That's good. She keeps handing me 20's every week. Morgan is going to be just fine. She is a great kid. She's trying to finish high school and also play on the LPGA. So right now she's got a full plate. Again, she's the type she loves golf. Like she said, she would rather play every day than practice. She's got a lot of good shots. She doesn't like to play bad, and she'll show those emotions, but I think overall she's a good kid.
Q. (No microphone.)
JULI INKSTER: I think it's grandmother, but I don't know. She calls me Nana. No, just kidding.
End of FastScripts.