I don't like boys. They're kind of annoying.
I might go play the LPGA full-time and then, after I get better, go to the PGA full-time. Or just try to play both. It will be fun.
Without your downs, without your hardships, I don't think you appreciate the ups as much,
I'm kind of in between a goody-goody and a rebel. I'm not bad, but I'm not good either. I'm a little crazy.
I don't mind when I hit a ball in the woods. I think of it as an adventure. That's when golf really starts to get interesting.
The best part about golf is when you hit the ball long. It feels really good.
My ultimate goal is to play in the Masters.
I watch the PGA, not the LPGA. I like the players on the PGA better.
I want to play on the PGA Tour.
My favorite player is Tiger Woods. I think I can beat Tiger when I'm 20. It's a life goal.
I enjoy the attention. I like the cameras. In a way, they make me play better.
I'm happy out of my mind. I like beating a lot of people.
If you expect a bad lie for even one second, the gods will know it and give you a bad lie.
It is really important (to win). It's always like, "You should win; you should win," If I win, I've proven (it) to them... It'd be pretty cool.
I'm not really interested in sports psychology. It makes me feel like a crazy person.
I dont like going to the mall. I'm not really like the other girls. I just like to go out on the golf course and play. Golf is fun and feels really good.
If you grow up normal, you'll always be normal-I don't want to be normal. I want to be something else.
If I ever get bored with golf, I'm going to start over and play lefthanded.
To play in the men's tournaments I have to keep getting stronger and get more distance
You know, my joints don't feel sore as much, I digest food a lot better, my hands feel less swollen so I feel really good,
Annika has the type of game I want to work on. She's just so consistent. Hopefully I'll be like that one day.
If you grow up normal, you'll only be normal.
I guess I'm a little different. I think being unique is different.
There are so many great players on the men's - and women's - side. Hopefully I can keep improving and eventually play in the Masters.
If someone wants to give you, like, $100 million, it's hard to say no. But I don't want to accept that kind of money right now. I'd feel burdened by it.
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