Stacy Lewis: Sunday Interview 2016

Q.  (No microphone.) might help you out and get you in the mix and couldn't have been more right.

STACY LEWIS: Yeah, the course didn't seem to play that much easier without the wind. It still played really tough and gave myself a chance there, and really happy with the finish. Hit the shots I needed to coming in and hit the putts I needed to, and it just didn't work out, but a lot of confidence and a lot of good things are coming out of this week.

Q.  How do you use this week to move forward and regain  you were talking yesterday about regaining confidence in your game.

STACY LEWIS: This week helped a lot. It helped a lot just seeing shots come off the way I wanted to, getting that ball up and down there on that last hole. There are so many good things that came out of this week, and excited to get playing again in a couple weeks. We got a busy stretch, and it's a good time to start to play good golf.

Q. Where do you go next?

STACY LEWIS: Kingsmill, and then we get real busy this summer.

Q. As one of the topranked players in this field, do you feel like the date change will get more players to this field versus when it was in August, just a better date for everyone to come through?

STACY LEWIS: I think when other players come back and they hear it wasn't as hot, the golf course was still in good shape, and it was a good test, it wasn't quite as firm and fast, so it was a little bit more playable, and, you know, hopefully it gets more players back.

I love coming here, I think it's  as far as compared to other golf courses we play, I think it's one of the better ones, so I hope we get a better field in the coming years.

Q. (No microphone.) something in your game and aspect of your game that you can take from this and move forward with good thoughts, or is it everything that you did this week?

STACY LEWIS: It was a little bit of everything but especially in the short game, chipping and putting was really solid this week, went bogeyfree today and one bogey yesterday here on 18, and the short game was there. If I could have gotten a couple more wedges close and gotten some birdie putts, who knows what would have happened.