LAURA DIAZ: I do. I think that having my family out here is so new to me. My husband's been out quite a bit over my eight years out here, but the two of us working together and having our little boy out, it's a balancing routine that we're trying to figure out.
Every week we get more adjusted, and every day I get a little more comfortable out on the golf course. I'm really just out there trying to have fun and enjoy what I'm doing. I think after having Cooper, golf has a different place in my life, and I think it's a good place. It's where golf should be in my life. I think it used to be a little too important to me, and now I know the most important thing in my life is my son.
And it's pretty cool, because no matter what I shoot, good or bad, when I come home he still is there to give me a nice, wet slobbery kiss.
Q. Is he working on his grip at all?
LAURA DIAZ: His grip is so strong. However, there's a little debate in our family whether or not that's going to be a golf grip or a baseball grip. So we'll see.
PAUL ROVNAK: You guys have anymore questions? Thanks.
LAURA DIAZ: Thanks, guys.
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