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June 27, 2013

Paula Creamer


Q.  How did it go out there?
PAULA CREAMER:  It went all right.  I mean, I gave myself a lot of chances.  Made two bogeys.  One was an errant drive, had to take an unplayable.  Then the next one was a three‑putt, which I thought I made a good putt, but just didn't make as many birdies as I would have liked.
It's the first day and I'll take even par for sure in the afternoon.

Q.  How much more did you leave out there?  Were there some putts that could have gone in?
PAULA CREAMER:  Oh, tons.  I had a lot of 5‑, 6‑, 7‑footers throughout the‑‑ started off really strong and just kept on grinding.  I didn't ‑‑ (indiscernible) obviously helps a lot with your confidence.  You want to see the ball go in, but at the same time you are kind of getting frustrated because you are giving yourself just as many opportunities and not making them.

Q.  You said before that this place reminds you of Oakmont, that's where you won.  Has that kind of lent to your confidence?
PAULA CREAMER:  For sure.  It's not easy out here.  But it's first day and there's always a lot of low scores or numbers out there going into the weekend.
It's a grinding golf course.  Mentally you are just kind of exhausted, especially because USGA does a good job with the tee boxes.  We are all over the map out here, and that's something that‑‑ I mean, how many tee shots did you hit in the practice rounds.  I think that's what makes it so much more difficult is you come out with a plan, but you are thrown a curve ball out there.

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