Q. This is just one more, Rosie. The last -- the very last putt, just exactly how long was it, and for all of us weekend hacks, how do you block everything out and make it?
ROSIE JONES: Well, at this point when we were at 18th tee box, she made the bird on 17, and I just reminded Cristie, I said, "Cristie, just remember, we are 1 up and we are going to win this match."
And I carried that all the way through, you know, the four shots that I wanted to make, and when I got up to that last putt, I was clear in what my line was, I just stuck with my routine, made sure I stuck with my routine, and right in the heart.
Q. How long?
ROSIE JONES: About four feet, five feet; four or five feet.
Q. Rosie, since you are the oldest, in all your years, how many players have you seen hit drivers out of the rough 270 yards onto a green, and, also, when she hit that drive on 18, did you think there was any way that was going to reach the water?
ROSIE JONES: Well, I really thought it was --
CRISTIE KERR: I thought it was perfect.
ROSIE JONES: I thought it was trouble, trees, but I am not hitting the ball so far, I am not looking at the golf course the way she does, or her (indicating Cristie Kerr), either, for that matter.
CRISTIE KERR: I thought she was fine, though, I thought she was right in front of the water, and when we got up there, I was pretty surprised she was in the water.
ROSIE JONES: Well, we heard from the radios she was in the water, so you kind of breathe easier from there.
CRISTIE KERR: Until she hit her next shot.
ROSIE JONES: Yeah. And so I forgot, what was the question?
Q. How many players through the years have you --
ROSIE JONES: Oh, none, one, her, that's it, she is the one and only. Maybe Sophie can do something like that, but Laura Davies is really hitting her driver from anywhere very well right now.
CRISTIE KERR: And she is making putts against us.
ROSIE JONES: A couple years ago she wasn't driving it well and she wasn't putting it well. Well, she is back. Laura is back.
MODERATOR: Guys, we have time for one more question. The players are going to catch the team bus.
Q. What's the atmosphere like between the teams, bearing in mind the Ryder Cup next week? Are you all getting along, good spirit?
ROSIE JONES: I think so. Everybody was very pleasant, cordial, spirited in -- you know, we don't see each other very much, really, we just see ourselves on the golf course. And, actually, I haven't seen any of the players around the hotel, around the facility here during the practice rounds. I mean, really just kind of bumping into each other walking out of the locker room.
CRISTIE KERR: It was good. Each of us, the Europeans and us, obviously, we said "Good shot" to each other all day. It was really a great match as far as from a sportsmanship standpoint.
ROSIE JONES: I think I made Laura put one putt that she probably was --
CRISTIE KERR: On the hole that -- on 16?
ROSIE JONES: Yeah. And someone told me "Never give anyone a putt on that hole," someone from the club here.
CRISTIE KERR: Or 17.
ROSIE JONES: Yeah, or 17. There is a lot of holes like that. But as far as how we are getting along, very, very sportsmanlike.
MODERATOR: Okay. Thanks, ladies.
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