"I did celebrate on Sunday and got in a bit of trouble. It wouldn't have been me if I didn't get in trouble!"
Mel Reid is fully focused on challenging for a first major title this week after incurring the wrath of the LPGA for excessive celebrating following her win at the weekend.
Reid and caddie Ryan "Des" Desveaux "partied quite hard" a few hours after she landed her first LPGA Tour title at the ShopRite LPGA Classic in New Jersey, but her celebrations landed her in hot water with the authorities.
The English star was fined for breaching the LPGA's COVID-19 protocols, although she was happy to admit it would have been out of character for her to have avoided getting into trouble, and Reid insisted she will be refreshed and ready to take on a "beast" of a golf course at Aronimink. ราคาบอลไหลล่าสุด
"We obviously partied quite hard on Sunday, Des more than me," said Reid ahead of this week's KPMG Women's PGA Championship. "I was trying to be a little bit of sensible me, which is quite unusual.
"I did celebrate on Sunday and got in a bit of trouble. It wouldn't have been me if I didn't get in trouble! Yeah, I mean, I obviously took it a little bit easier than I probably would have done normally. Des did not. Des was not in good shape for a couple days.
"Today is the first day that I've actually felt a little bit tired, like I struggled a little bit this morning, but I decided to take the afternoon off, get some good rest and try and kind of get my energy levels up again because this golf course is demanding and you're going to have to stay fresh.