Q. Besides the LPGA events, the four, I guess, and probably the U.S. Open, what other events might you play, like U.S. Amateur and --
AW: Yeah, U.S. Amateur we're not sure about the U.S. girls yet, but mostly the amateurs and Futures, amateurs, the Western Am, the North and South.
Q. Have you played on the Futures yet this year?
AW: Not yet.
Q. How many can you play?
AW: We've got our cards through Q-School so we can play in as many as we want.
Q. What grade are you in now?
AW: 11th grade.
Q. How are you doing at school, what are your best subjects?
AW: History and math.
Q. What about college? Are you thinking about that yet?
NW: We're talking to a few college coaches right now. We don't know what we're going to do yet. It's still a long time from now, so.....
Q. Ballpark figure, how many college coaches have talked to you?
AW: I don't know, we get lots of letters. We get letters everyday, probably an average of five letters a day. In the beginning. Now since we don't apply to most of them, probably down to three a day, two a day.
Q. Have you visited any college campuses?
AW: Not yet. We're planning to next year.
Q. How is your brother doing these guys, what stage is he at?
AW: Good. He's a freshman at Georgia Tech, doing very well. He they just won four of the five last tournaments they played in.
Q. If you don't play AJGA and realize you are only 15, do you think there would be worthy competition or enough competition at the college level?
AW: Yeah, there's competition in college, of course, Lorena is playing well, there's always competition. College may be the next step, but we have got to see where our game is.
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