Q. I read a story, might have been last week, about the LPGA and its image, and the women dressing sexy or something, and they mention you in it, in your shorts; and it said you cut your shorts to be shorter. Was that true?
LAURA DIAZ: Yes, because I don't like my shorts up my knee. I think all of us alter our clothes to a degree. I tend to be a little taller, and have a little longer leg than most people, so I do have my shorts altered. But I think that the point of what's being discussed right now is just that the LPGA is working on putting our fans first and focusing on the fact that we are a sports entertainment business and really trying to do everything we can to please our fans because they're the reasons we're able to go after our dreams every week.
Q. But by the same token, it's not like you want to become like the WWF and have people bragging and getting into trash talk. You still are respectable towards each other, golfers are respectful towards each other, and happy when someone does well?
LAURA DIAZ: I hate to say, I don't follow the WWF so I don't know anything about them. But I think on this tour, we have a lot of support. I think we're pretty united as a group, and I think everyone congratulates each other for a win, or for playing well, day in, week out, all those type of things. I think that we're a very strong organization, and that since our summit in Phoenix we've become even stronger.
Q. Did you find Jenny No. 2 (inaudible) to No. 1, now that you've done it?
LAURA DIAZ: I don't really know. It's so soon after. I think that winning any golf tournament, no matter if it's one or 38, I think they're all pretty tough. I think the only difference is you're a little more comfortable in the position. So I think that until I get to that 38 win, I think I'll probably feel the same way I did in Tucson and I did here.
Q. Any more questions? Let's go into your score card real quick.
LAURA DIAZ: Okay. I birdied three, hit 5-iron from 186 yards to six feet. I bogeyed four. I hit a bad tee shot down the right side into the trees. And I hit it again into the trees. Finally got it on the green, and I was on the front edge. So I had about a 40-footer for par, and missed it. Where did my next birdie come? Six, which is -- oh. I hit 9-iron from 129 yards to about six feet on six. I chipped it on nine, which would be a highlight. I know it's not a birdie, but it's still a highlight. Well the pin was 25 on. I was -- it was -- you know, from the angle I was at, maybe 30 feet? And then I birdied 18. Is that it? Yeah. I birdied 18, after hitting 8-iron from 158 yards to six feet.
LAURA DIAZ: Yeah, because it's a par. So I wouldn't normally talk about it.
LAURA NEAL: Congratulations. Thanks.
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