Q. So you're going to be paired with Rosie tomorrow. What's that going to be like. She's obviously been here a lot of times, got a good crowd, it will be a good showdown, the two of you playing together.
LAURA DIAZ: Well, I'll be paired with Rosie, but there are a lot of other players on the field and there are a lot of other girls that are close to the numbers that rosy and I are at. Personally, I think it's a going to be a great group for the gallery because I have said earlier that I could hear Rosie's gallery ahead of me, and we had a great gallery following up today. So I think it's going to be a really exciting day tomorrow, and I hope everyone comes out and watches.
Q. When the year started, you still have the first victory and now, you know, you got it earlier this season going into tomorrow. Is there more confidence going in tomorrow than there would have been say before your first win this year?
LAURA DIAZ: Well, I think that a win gives you confidence. I don't know that it's going to do a whole lot for me tomorrow or not, because I won two months ago, and this is a new day and a new course, and it's helpful because I know that I can win, but I still have to go out and play really good golf to do that. So, you know, my focus tomorrow will just be on making 18 birdies, and really trying hard to stay in my own bubble, as my caddie called it out there today, because there are so many great players who are playing well, it's really all about what I can do on my own, and not what anyone else can do.
Q. It's got to be still kind of reassuring to yourself that, judging by when you said over the first three rounds, that you really -- you know, your game hasn't been too -- you know, hasn't been perfect in your eyes, or not perfect but not, you know -- you still find there's room for improvement. Is it encouraging to be in this position, considering you haven't played that round that you started to visualize maybe as an ideal type of round?
LAURA DIAZ: I think it's always encouraging to be at 12 under par through three rounds. I feel pretty good about everything. My swing feels pretty good, my putting feels pretty good. You know, it's just kind of one of those days today, where my putting wasn't quite as sharp as it could have been. So just go practice a little and get a good dinner at the Palms Restaurant, you know, Myra, and come back out, then see it up tomorrow.
LAURA NEAL: Thank you very much.
LAURA DIAZ: Thanks.
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