All four majors are definitely a priority.
Golf is my boyfriend right now.
I like other people's kids and being able to give them back when I want to.
I mean, I think I just it added to my excitement to playing today, and just going out there and doing the best I could, and no matter what happened, the end of the day was going to be a good end.
I only get to spend about six to eight weeks in Australia now and I really miss my family and friends.
I still can't believe that I've achieved what I have. It's like I've lived a dream for about five years now.
I think anyone that isn't fired up right now shouldn't probably be out here.
I think Australian food is probably some of the best in the world.
I think for a lot of amateurs, their alignment is always out.
I think I was given a gift to play golf and to be mentally strong.
I think travel is probably the downside of playing professional golf, but you've got to do it.
It was sort of just a family sport. My mom and dad were pretty keen golfers when I was young and so were my grandparents, and I just sort of tagged along with them.
There are great amateur bodies that have good programs right from the grassroots level to professionals.
I only had 130 yards in to the flag and so to miss the green and make bogey really does leave me feeling really disappointed.
I'm 22nd on the money list which is my lowest ever.
It's always disappointing to finish that way. Conditions were really rough and anything around par would have been a great score.
They're my American family.
They've seen more wins than my parents. They've always been there. They come out to a couple of tournaments a year, and we talk every now and then. They're good people.
You could play your (tail) off for three days. That would be hard to swallow. But at least you know that starting out.
I'm ecstatic right now. I feel pretty lucky to be here.
I think my heart just about jumped out of my chest, because it was aching for five minutes.
We usually get one or two windy days here, and I think some of my better rounds have come when it is windy.
I feel like I'm good enough to play as good as I did five or six years ago. But I think the difference is now that I might really enjoy it not that I never appreciated I just didn't understand how good I was playing. Now if I get that form going, I think I'll really enjoy it.
I'm pretty disappointed in the year I had last year. To get back to the winner's circle felt really good.
If I could go back in time and you asked me whether I took it for granted, the answer would be, 'No. But deep down, I always thought I would play that good my whole career without any road bumps.