TOM LEHMAN: Yeah, she's a phenomenal talent. You don't see what she has very often at all. I mean, rarely. The perfect golf swing, a great temperament, obviously strong desire, seems to be very balanced in her life.
But her physical abilities are really astounding. I first met her when she was 12, had just turned 12, and I asked her what her lowest score was, and she said she shot a 64. I said, "wow, shooting a 64 when you're 12, that's amazing." She said, "no, I shot it when I was 11." How many 11 year olds shoot 64? I did for nine holes, but that gives you an idea.
I guess my comments about her are she is so technically solid and she has such a great swing that she doesn't really need a lot of help, a little direction, guidance, helping her manage her life, but she's like sea business cut. She's a champion. Everybody just get out of her way and let her play. That's been my feeling about her is she doesn't need a lot of help.
Q. What are your thoughts on her playing in certain events?
TOM LEHMAN: You know, I thought the Hawaiian Open was appropriate. She made a great showing last year. This year she didn't play as well. But I kind of feel like -- who knows what the future holds, if she gets good enough or can beat most of the guys, maybe she'll break that barrier, who knows, but she definitely has the tools and I'm very impressed with her.
JOHN BUSH: Tom, thanks for coming by.
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