Q. Can you compare your game last year to how it is this year?
JULI INKSTER: Well, I mean, I'm just playing better. Every time I came in to play in here, I wasn't playing well. You've got to guard the ball well here and course-manage yourself around here. I think I'm doing a lot better job at that. You know, it's been -- I think my game's improved too since back then.
Q. No adjustments for tomorrow?
JULI INKSTER: Yeah, you know, I still remember the holes you need to take advantage of. I played 18 on Tuesday and Wednesday, so that was more than enough to know what I was hitting off the tees.
Q. Is there anything about 18 in particular that's tough?
JULI INKSTER: Well, you know, it's just kind of a -- you know, it was a dog leg left. The driver's too much. You need to hit 230 or 240 off the tee. One day I was in the trees, one day in the middle, and today I was in the rough. I should have done better than I did. You've got to shape the shot there. We had a five- or eight-minute wait. We're over 40 now. We kind of lost our flexibility.
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