Pettersen talks about keys to playing well this week

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Suzann Pettersen celebrates winning in a playoff against Na Yeon Choi on the 18th hole during the final round of Safeway Classic at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club on August 21, 2011 in North Plains, Oregon.

LPGA.com caught up with last year's winner, Suzann Pettersen for a quick Q&A. Pettersen talks about the keys to playing well at Sybase Match Play Championship and how she prepares for match play.

LPGA: Is there a different mindset for match play than stroke play?
PETTERSEN: You can be agressive and for me that is what I love to do.

LPGA: Do you prepare any differently than you would a normal week?
PETTERSEN: I prep the same way for every tournament, might spend even more time on the greens.

LPGA: What is the key to playing well at Hamilton Farms?
PETTERSEN: In every match play tournament you need to putt well.

LPGA: How does it match with your game?
PETTERSEN: I can play aggresive.

LPGA: What are your favorite holes?
PETTERSEN: I think the back nine has a lot of great match play holes, 1 think 18 is a fun last hole.

LPGA: What are you looking forward to that week?
PETTERSEN: The hospitality is great the entire week.

LPGA: What are your favorite things to do while in New Jersey?
PETTERSEN: Sleep when I am not playing.

Topics: Get to know, Pettersen, Suzann, Sybase Match Play Championship

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