TRANSCRIPT | Ayean Cho, 2020 Vic Open, Round 2


(Through interpreter) Q.  So 10 under, you have to be very proud of how you’re playing.  How do you feel right now? INTERPRETER:  So her shots were not good yesterday ‑‑ I mean were good yesterday, but shots were not good today, but her putting was better than yesterday today, so I think the game went […]

(Through interpreter)

Q.  So 10 under, you have to be very proud of how you’re playing.  How do you feel right now?

INTERPRETER:  So her shots were not good yesterday ‑‑ I mean were good yesterday, but shots were not good today, but her putting was better than yesterday today, so I think the game went pretty well because of the putting, yeah.

Q.  Is this your first time playing this competition? 

INTERPRETER:  It is her first time, yeah.

Q.  What’s the experience like with two different courses, playing with the men?  It’s very different than usual.  

INTERPRETER:  So she played two courses when she competed at world tournament, yeah, yeah.  So she didn’t feel awkward at all for playing both courses, but she was kind of awkward to play with the men.

Q.  It’s very different.  So, I mean, still more golf, but right now tied for the lead, in contention going into the weekend.  How do you prepare for the weekend’s competition? 

AYEAN CHOI:  So I heard there was going to be a lot of wind in the weekend, so I’m going to practice a lot for the shots that will really use the wind to have good shots, yeah.


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