Q. Looks like you turned things around today?
DANIELLE KANG: Yeah.
Today, yeah, I just try to take it one shot at a time. I want to minimize mistakes kind of thing. I don't really know. I just had a rough morning. I didn't have a great morning. My friend Brian called me, my brother called
me, my coach, trying to calm me down.
Started off the day, kept on hitting only one shot at a time. Try to focus, just try to put those feet on
Tough morning? Just like
DANIELLE KANG: No, I got a (Indiscernible) it's okay. When you play golf, you try to block it out.
Given what you shot yesterday, did you come out here thinking cut
line? Do you have to think that?
DANIELLE KANG: I don't want to think cut line. I only think about the shot I'm hitting kind
of thing. So if I can make the cut, I
make the cut. If I don't, I don't. I had a really rough start yesterday. I just really took ‑‑ I mean, I tried my
best today thinking ‑‑ I don't know, just try to take it one shot at a
time and see what brings you out here.
Can you talk about the conditions late in the round, changing course,
firm, not firm?
DANIELLE KANG: I am not sure. I think I started getting tired maybe because
I didn't eat lunch. I may have gotten
tired. I lost focus here and there. Tried to go for pins all of a sudden. My back started hurting,
actually. I couldn't swing through the
ball. I started missing it left and right. I tried to stretch a little bit. I tried to hang in there.
So you really have no idea about about the course conditions?
DANIELLE KANG: I think it got firmer towards the end. As it was getting later, my back started
hurting more. So I took a longer club
and hit it softer. That made it run out
technically. So I'm not exactly
positive. It's been in great shape all
week. And the greens are rolling great.
DANIELLE KANG: Thank you.