You know, I just really, really hung in there today. I didn't hit a lot of greens. I made up‑and‑down from everywhere and then I
was lucky to roll in a few longer putts and I just stuck it out till the
end. I had to chip out on 18 and I hit a
nice little pitch shot close. That's
about how my game was all day
Q. Probably going to be the best finish in at
Open. What do you take away from
it? Maybe did you snag like a key or
something this week?
SANDRA GAL: Yeah.
Well, I think just leading up to this event my game started to get a lot
better and more solid, and I think the key to it ‑‑ I'll probably keep that to
myself. I think it's just less thinking
and more playing and really enjoying out there.
Q. When you're playing well, what's going well?
SANDRA GAL: My putting.
I think what really turned it around was my putting. I did change putters last week to a Metal X
Callaway putter, and I started rolling it really nicely with it and I think
that really, really helped me this week.
Q. How do you play at a major at a tournament
like this where Na Yeon had such a big lead?
What's your thought going into the final round of a situation like that?
SANDRA GAL: I mean it was a bit frustrating because it
was hard to catch up with her unless she had a really bad day, which I'm not
hoping for anyone. On this golf course
once you're six shots behind, it's hard to make it up. So basically it was just a battle for second