CATRIN NILSMARK: No, I don't. I did today, I have to admit, because yesterday I put her out last in our three groups, but it didn't matter so much yesterday because we had the Americans in front of us, so she couldn't really run off.
The 9th hole or something, she said, "Please, Captain, please, Captain, please put me on first tomorrow." I said, "I really don't think you were up there," and I looked at my schedule, and I had put her first, of course, so I'm like, oh, you happened to be up first. I'm trying to be nice to her. You can't do things the team really has to do and she would do differently.
I think in a way she's more of a team player member now than she maybe has been in the past. In the past, like you said, she would take her own car, and not go on the bus, and so forth. I don't think she would do that now. I think she realized if the one advantage we might have over the Americans is the fact that we do we are very much a team, and we have lots of fun, and that can mean early in the morning on the way to the golf course, just the practice day.
Q. Any more questions?
CATRIN NILSMARK: She very well might have. She's great. She's very funny. She loves to sing. She's a fantastic singer. She's probably much better than me. Maybe not. She's a great singer so maybe she has.
Q. Is that the Solheim Cup on your fingernails?
CATRIN NILSMARK: Yes, that's the European colors.
Q. Any more questions? Okay. Thanks a lot, Catrin. Good luck this week.
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