Q. Patty, when Cristie and Rosie were up four at the turn, how much of that match did you follow on the back 9, and how much did you follow the twists and turns, the dramatics of that one?
PATTY SHEEHAN: I didn't follow it very much. I was trying to bring up these guys, and I felt that Rosie had things under control up ahead, and I didn't watch very much until the last hole, and what an amazing last hole that was when Laura Davies hits her tee shot in the water off the tee, one hop in the water, hits her next shot up there 10 feet, and makes the putt for bird.
And I got my little Rosebud and my little Cristie Kerr up there. Christie Kerr bombs it to right in front of the green about, I don't know, 15 yards in front of the green, if that. My little Rosebud, she hits it out there, hits her third shot on the green about five feet, nails the putt for bird. She took on -- she carried the world today for me.
Q. Questions for Patty? If not, we are going to let her go to her pairings.
PATTY SHEEHAN: That would be really cool.
Q. What's Beth's situation for tomorrow, or don't you know yet at this point?
PATTY SHEEHAN: She went back to the hotel to rest this afternoon. I don't know what her situation is right now, and I am going to go find out, and we will go from there. I am going to probably give her a little jingle here in a minute. Thanks, guys, way to go.
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