June 28, 2013
Quick Quotes from:
SUN YOUNG YOO
Q. The course seems
likes it's more difficult but you had a pretty good round today?
SUN YOUNG YOO: You know, the two days be more windy so it's
really hard to hit the second shot, especially this green is huge. The iron
shot, I mean, the second shot is really important. Even if you are on the
green, it's still really hard to make a two putt.
Today my iron shot was pretty great. That's why I thought I
could play well.
Also yesterday I missed a couple of tee shot and that's why
I was in trouble. Today my tee shot was pretty accurate so I'm happy with my
Q. Is the course
different today from yesterday?
SUN YOUNG YOO: Well, I think it seems like pretty much
opposite wind. Also yesterday was like easy hole because it was helping.
Today it was into quite a bit different golf course. But I
think yesterday was quite a bit rainy. But still green is pretty firm, so not
really easy to play.
Q. Were there clubs
that you used yesterday that never came out of your bag today?
SUN YOUNG YOO: Yeah, actually if I hit 9 iron today, I hit
like 6 iron.
Yesterday if I hit the really long iron, I hit short iron. It's
kind of the opposite. If it's totally opposite winds, it makes you confused so
it's really hard to trust the yardage.
Q. How much does your
being a champion here give you confidence at this event?
SUN YOUNG YOO: If I play a major tournament, I'm always
afraid of it because it's major and it's a really tough golf course.
I already won the (indiscernible) Open and, oh, maybe I can
handle it. It's a really difficult golf course. Kind of that way to confidence,
so it's like proof of the experience and it really helped me a lot.
Hopefully it will really great affect to last week, the last
Q. I was going to say
you feel pretty good going into the weekend after the way you played today?
SUN YOUNG YOO: Yeah, yeah, my putting feels really great, so
I'm pretty sure I can play well.
Hopefully the weather is going to be okay the Saturday and
Sunday then I will try my best.
Q. I notice that
several of the young amateurs that are out there started three, four, five
years old, do they seem to be starting younger and younger? Did you notice
SUN YOUNG YOO: Yeah, I think so. Especially Lydia Ko is just
15 or 16 years old. She is playing so well.
But actually, I was started playing golf when I was eight,
but it seems like a lot of players started playing golf like four or five years
old. Especially they are starting with like short game, so their short game
skill is really great.
So I think I have to improve my game because a lot of kids
are growing up. They are really - it kind
of scares a player.
Q. How did you start?
Why? What got you interested?
SUN YOUNG YOO: I started playing golf at the elementary
school. I just wanted to hang out with my friends. That's why I joined the
playing golf. Actually, at that moment I just playing golf as a hobby.
After I started to play golf five years, then it feels like
golf is my destiny. I feel so happy to play the golf. That is why I picked the
golf. I'm pretty happy with my decision.
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