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July 1, 2005

A.J. Eathorne


Q. Tell me about your match today.

A.J. EATHORNE: It was good. I actually played a lot better today. I hit the ball a lot better. Unfortunately, I didn't putt as well as I wanted to. I was right around the cup for the first nine holes and I didn't make anything. That got a little frustrating. I got mad at myself after 8 and 3 putted a couple of times and just missed short ones. I ended up hanging in there and I hung in there long enough, and it's a good thing.

Q. Were you down at any point?

A.J. EATHORNE: I was down going into 12, she made a birdie on 12. 13, I row rolled in about a 15 , 20 footer, and I got it back to even. Then she hit into the sand on the next hole, and I managed to 2 putt for par and got 1 up.

The next hole, I made a long bomb about 25, 30 feet on 15. That kind of got me fired up. I was to up. She made a birdie on the next hole. I made a good up and down for four, but she made birdie to get one back.

She made a great up and down on 17 to extend the match and take it to 18. I played smart down the middle on the green and 2 putted.

Q. Were you proud to represent Canada today?

A.J. EATHORNE: Yes, especially on Canada Day. I wore my Canadian tattoos, and Canadians are always loyal to the players and we're loyal to the fans.

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