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Azahara Munoz

(Photo by Tristan Jones/LET)

Azahara Munoz is playing in the Ladies European Tour's Lacoste Ladies Open de France this week, and there's a Q&A with her on the LET website. It includes this exchange:

How do you assess your season so far?
I feel great. So far it’s my best season and I've had a lot of top fives, top-10s and I got my first win, so I was really happy with that. It’s really hard to always keep playing really well. I play really well, then relax a little bit, then start playing really well again. When I start playing bad, I had to do so many things on the LPGA, so many interviews and things, I think that kind of got to me because I was tired and I was on the golf course from seven till seven the whole week doing things. I think that got a little to me and obviously I was a little tired. The couple of weeks we had off in the summer and I started playing good again.

Aza is at No. 17 in the women's world rankings. She's No. 7 on the LPGA money list, No. 11 in scoring average, and in addition to that first victory has five other Top 10 finishes.

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