Q. You mentioned that you did a lot of research when you found out the Curtis Cup was going to be here. Before you got here. I'm curious, for the two players, had you heard a lot about Bandon Dunes and before you were chosen for the team and as a resort setting, not just because it's a links course, has it met or exceeded expectations or what are your reaction now that you've been here for a week about the resort and the courses here?
BREANNE LOUCKS: Well, we were shown a DVD and some pictures when Ada came out here last year. She had taken photos and they made a DVD of the course. We saw that before we came out here. And on the photos it looked much different than it looks much trickier. And it looked much tighter. But when we come out here, it has, it's actually much prettier than what we, what I expected personally. Like the coast is gorgeous and the course is in fantastic condition. It is definitely what we expected. Well, we probably expected parkland at the start, but when we came out here, links is what we got and it's good.
TRICIA MANGAN: Probably didn't believe it until we actually saw it. Like anything, you don't believe it until you see it. But, yeah, it's a fantastic course, definitely exceeded my expectations. And down by the sea it's fabulous. It's really beautiful. You stand there this morning with blue sky and mist. And I mean where else would you want to be? It's very challenging. I played a lot of links golf and this is as tough as I've played. But it's a great course. And a great challenge.
CRAIG SMITH: Tricia, to continue that one, you've played a lot, you've won a lot, where does this rank? You've waited a long time to represent the GB&I team. And as Ada said, everyone's getting better and younger, better at a younger age, and yet there you are, and I was just wondering if you could put into words the meaning of representing the squad.
TRICIA MANGAN: Well, it means everything for me I suppose. I was second reserve a couple years ago. So it was disappointing not to get on. So it was hard there. It was hard training myself to go for it again and put two more years effort in, because I had given it a lot that time. So yeah, it means everything to me. I won the Irish again this year, but besides that, this is definitely the greatest achievement in golf and I'm really looking forward to getting going now because this is what I've been waiting for.
CRAIG SMITH: Breanne, you tackle that same question, please.
BREANNE LOUCKS: Well, I almost can't believe it. It's so exciting and every amateur, woman amateur works towards this. And so lucky and excited to be here and I just can't wait. Can't wait to get out there tomorrow. Definitely. Excited to get out there tomorrow. I think we all are. Definitely.
CRAIG SMITH: Anything else? Thank you so much and we'll see you tomorrow.
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