Q. In a normal tournament situation, you can't get so caught up in where the players are doing. But today when Hilary is making so many par save putts, and getting up-and-down from all over, how much does that start to play on your mind, with all the putts that she's making, what did you expect her to do on 18?
ANGELA STANFORD: I did expect her to make the putt on 18. She left the putt yesterday short, so I didn't think she would leave it short. I know what it feels like when you're putting that well, every time you get over a putt you think I'm going to make this. I know she was standing over this thinking, I know I'm going to make this. And the fact that early on she was making so many par-saving putts, I knew that I had to make birdies. I wanted her to keep coming back, and I wanted her to keep dropping back, but I knew at some point she wasn't going to do that anymore. So I felt like if she could fall back to even and I could make birdies to get to even, then I would need to make birdies to win. I didn't think that Hilary would fall to over par today, not with the way she was playing. So I expected that and I knew that I had to make birdies.
Q. What was your approach into 17, what yardage did you have and what club?
ANGELA STANFORD: I had 138 to the front, plus 20, 158 to the pin. I had an 8-iron, very bad 8-iron.
RHONDA GLENN: Would you like to go over your birdies for us, what clubs you hit into the greens.
ANGELA STANFORD: The first birdie was on 11. I think we hit a wedge, 112 to the front.
My caddy is sitting back there, so I'm looking to check. That putt was like 20 feet.
Birdie on 12. We hit wedge off the tee. Hit that putt off the toe, because of the speed, it was so fast, I just wanted to get it started. That putt was only like five or six feet, we better say six feet.
And then the chip in on 14. We had like 138 to the front. And I was unsure about the club. Jeremy liked the 8-iron. I thought choke 7. I'm glad I hit the 8, I just hit it thin. When it took that initial hop it just kept going. But the chip actually -- it wasn't a bad spot to be. I had a good lie, used a gap wedge and hit like a bump-and-run. And I think that was like we decided 30 feet, 25 or 30 feet.
RHONDA GLENN: Did you know your second shot hit the hole?
ANGELA STANFORD: I did not know that. It should have hit the pin.
RHONDA GLENN: How long was your putt on 18.
ANGELA STANFORD: About 27 feet. We were just like a foot off the green, if that.
RHONDA GLENN: Angela, you played like a champion today. And one of these days, hopefully it will be yours.
ANGELA STANFORD: Thank you, it was a great week.
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