Q.Can you tell
us how you struggled specifically?
LEXI THOMPSON: I
pretty much had two bad holes that got
me in trouble with a double. Usually
messes up your round. Other than that it
was all right.
Q. Talk about
the conditions, being a final round.
Were they tougher than you've seen the first few days?
LEXI THOMPSON: It
wasn't windy at all. A lot harder pin
places, tucking in your corners and water.
Q. Overall, are
you happy with the way you played this week?
LEXI THOMPSON:: Yeah,
I am. Just I just had a few bad
holes. Got me in trouble. But overall, I was really pleased with my
ball striking, and my putting is a lot better.
Q. Talk about
the Women's Open experience here specifically at Blackwolf Run and Kohler and
LEXI THOMPSON: It was
great. Even in the practice rounds the
fans were great. The course was in
amazing shape. It was so pure. I was really happy to be here and it was an
amazing experience like every Open is.
Q. We talked to
you yesterday about trying to catch Na Yeon.
She had one little misstep today.
In retrospect was it pretty hard to believe somebody was going to catch
her the way she played?
Usually when you play that good on a Saturday it gives you a lead on
everybody. She's a great player and I
would say deserves it. I just tried my
best and didn't end up doing as well as I wanted to.
Q. Would this
major mean more to you than any other if you were able to get that one? It seems to be the consensus this, among all
majors, is the top one. Do you feel the
LEXI THOMPSON: Yeah,
I would say the U.S. Open is probably the biggest major and definitely the most
honor if you win it.