CAROL SEMPLE THOMPSON: Well, I would flip it around and say that the four best shots that I saw today were on number six by the GB&I team. While I was standing there there were four birdies. And I got very depressed and left as quickly as I could.
(Laughter.) Because we were doing well, we were 2 up in so many matches and the GB&I players came along and they hit a lot of close shots there. And they were just eating away at our lead. And I didn't like that at all. But they hit wonderful shots in. They were all like four feet, three feet, five feet. And they made them.
Q. Overall, Carol, what did you see as the difference between the five points? What was the difference between the GB&I team and the U. S. Team?
CAROL SEMPLE THOMPSON: I think that our team played more to their potential than the GB&I team. I think that the GB&I team would be disappointed in the level of their play. And I'm sure that they have the talent and the ability to play a lot better tomorrow. So we just have to keep our play up at a high level and we'll do fine.
CRAIG SMITH: Paige, I have one more for you. I was wondering since your brother Brock did so well at Ganton, if that's on your mind or if he had called you or offered any advice, because it's obviously turning out very well for you.
PAIGE MACKENZIE: Right. I don't have cell phone service here, so I haven't talked to him in the last couple days, but it's definitely on my mind. He was 3 0 at Ganton. And I've been thinking about it. I've been thinking about it.
CRAIG SMITH: Well, let's save it and we'll pick it up tomorrow.
PAIGE MACKENZIE: Yeah, I'll let you know tomorrow how it goes.
CRAIG SMITH: Thank you very much.
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