Stanford talks about keys to playing well this week

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Angela Stanford celebrates a birdie putt on the 17th hole during the second round of the CN Canadian Women's Open at the Hillsdale Golf and Country Club on August 26, 2011 in Mirabel, Quebec, Canada.

Untitled Document caught up with Angela Stanford for a quick Q&A. Stanford talks about the keys to playing well at Sybase Match Play Championship and how she prepares for match play.

LPGA: Is there a different mind-set for match play than stroke play?
I think there is a different mind-set in match play. The biggest difference is no matter what you do on one hole the next hole gives you another chance, good or bad.

LPGA: Do you prepare any differently than you would a normal week?
I don't prepare any different for a match play event. You still have to make birdies.

LPGA: What is the key to playing well at Hamilton Farms?
Putting is the key to playing well at Hamilton Farms. The greens are big and you can have longer putts for birdie.

LPGA: How does it match with your game?
I think Hamilton Farms matches my game because you have to be hitting your irons well. Because the greens are so big, it helps to be more accurate.

LPGA: What are your favorite holes?
I enjoy playing Hamilton Farms. I really do enjoy all of the holes.

LPGA: What are you looking forward to that week?
I always look forward to Sybase because it is the only match play event on our schedule. Nice change of pace.

LPGA: What are your favorite things to do while in New Jersey?
While I am in the New Jersey area I enjoy going over to New York and trying to catch a few baseball games!


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