Na Yeon Choi Quick Quotes (Second Round)


By USGA
June 29, 2013

June 29, 2013

Quick Quotes from:

NA YEON CHOI

Q. Birdied 8 and 9. Finished even par, good finish. Tell me about it.

NA YEON CHOI: Yeah, I tried to just finish it strong. I mean, today was the hardest day, I think. A lot of wind out there.

They moved the tee boxes to the back, so I hit a lot of rescue and 3 wood for second shot on par 4. They play really long.

But you know what, like five, six weeks ago I came here with bad weather. At the moment I play really long, and I think that might help today. And just stay positive and finish strong tomorrow too.

Q. Is Inbee too far ahead to catch, you think?

NA YEON CHOI: I haven't think about winning today. Today I didn't have any pressure. I just tried to fun out there.

I think I put too much pressure first two rounds, yesterday and on Thursday. I think I try harder to focus on my game. I learn. I realize I needed to focus my game, not other stuff. So I learn many things this week. And I have to go one more day, so I do my best and finish better position.

Q. What do you think about Inbee's performance?

NA YEON CHOI: She is great. I think she is amazingly sound. I mean, if someone asked me what is her weakness in her game, I don't think there is nothing for weakness part. So she is pretty good with everything, even mental. I think she's great.

Q. I hope you can catch her.

NA YEON CHOI: I will do my best.

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