Q. Can you talk quickly about the hospitality you've received here in Vancouver?
BETH DANIEL: It's been fantastic. I have really enjoyed it. This tournament, throughout the years even in the prior sponsorship, did a very good job of making the players feel extremely welcome. Bank of Montreal has continued that tradition, and the City of Vancouver has been fantastic. I have been downtown every night and enjoying the restaurants. It's a great city. It's a fun city to be in. I wish we could play in places like this all the time, because everybody I talked to says they have not had a bad meal this week. That's rare for us. We have a tendency on the road to find some bad restaurants. I haven't heard of anyone that's found one yet.
Q. Talking to some of the women, I got the impression they felt the scores would be lower.
BETH DANIEL: Yeah, I felt the same thing. These greens are very subtle, and when I played the practice round, I thought people would be pouring in putts from everywhere on these greens. There have turned out to be very subtle breaks and very hard to read.
Q. Are you going to the concert tonight?
BETH DANIEL: Actually, I'm interested in Michelle Branch who goes on first. I'm trying to get back down there so I can see Michelle.
Q. Beth, you have been around enough to have the knowledge to play on the weekend. What about the fact that Annika is not here now? Does that change anything to anybody?
BETH DANIEL: It doesn't change the way I'm going to play golf, it doesn't change the golf course or what I have to do. For me, it doesn't change one thing. For you guys, Annika is gone, but for me it doesn't change anything of how I have to approach the weekend.
BETH DANIEL: Yeah, I bogeyed 6. Actually I hit a good drive and everybody left. I hit a good drive. I pulled a 9 iron left of the green and hit a bad chip and missed the putt, and then on 18 I hit a 5 wood 20 feet right of the hole and hit a really good putt.
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