Q. With the top of the leader board, it looks like all of the top players, does that affect at all how you approach tomorrow in terms of maybe being more aggressive?
CRISTIE KERR: No, I think I can only do the best that I can do. My swing has not felt right all week. I just told myself you can't really have swing thoughts out there, you got to play with what you got. I think that's what I need to take. I have been working hard. I have been working hard on getting my club face more square, moving everything away in my back swing, a little bit more together. Whatever it is you are working on, once you get on the golf course you got to play. I think that's what I have done really well the last couple of days.
PAUL ROVNAK: I got Cristie's scorecard. Anymore questions?
Q. The 24 putts did you have medium range?
CRISTIE KERR: 24 putts?
Q. 24 putts this round?
CRISTIE KERR: No I had 29 putts. 28 or 29. I don't remember exactly how many.
Q. Did you putt really well?
CRISTIE KERR: Yes, I hit 14 greens today which as compared to 9 my first day, my first round, and 12 yesterday. So I think if I hit a fair amount of greens. Tomorrow I will have a shot at it. I have been rolling the ball well.
Q. Have you learned something new about this golf course every day?
CRISTIE KERR: Yes, I actually told my caddy about that when I was on the range, after I was done playing that on certain holes my tendencies are to hit the tee shots in the same spot like on 12, I guess it is, I hit it left rough every day. 14, I hit it right rough every day. So I'm going to kind of remember those tendencies tomorrow and see if I can fix them. You learn something knew about this golf course every time you play it. This as a U.S. Open style golf course in my opinion. It's set up like that. The rough is thick. There are not many par-5s. It's a par 71. It's one of the best courses that we play.
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