Struggling With Tiger Woods Dilemma, Golf Course Name… Pauline Roussin Hilariously Sums Up Her Career

The majors are indeed like a huge festival in the golf world. During these times, fans not only get to see the exceptional preparations and the intense competition of their favorite golfers but also get to see their fun side through the pre-tournament interviews. One such instance took place before the fourth major of female golf in France.

On Tuesday, Pauline Roussin was interviewed by the team of the Amundi Evian Championship. The team asked her many questions about different aspects of her game, and well, she didn’t disappoint with her answers! One thing that became clear after the interview is that Roussin is extremely funny! She did struggle to answer a few tricky questions, including two legends of the sport, but she also pulled out a joke on herself.

The official Instagram account of the Amundi Evian Championship posted the video featuring the French golfer. To begin with, she was asked about her best score over eighteen holes. She answered that her best score was 9-under, and she shot it at Golf d’Hossegor, in France. Hossegor is an 18-hole course in the middle of a pine and cork oak forest.

However, given the complexity of the name, she ended up being confused about it and trying a couple of pronunciations. She then laughingly accepted defeat and said, “I don’t know how to say it. I’m going to get killed!” This was not just the end of her struggles. She joked her way about choosing a hole-in-one given the condition that a car is given as a reward. Then, hilariously, she said that if it’s par 3, then in a row she will be able to win two cars. Well, she is smart and funny!

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Then came the question that would fluster anyone. The team asked her to choose between Tiger Woods and Annika Sorenstam. Well, is this not a question every golfer would struggle with? As per what Roussin stated, it’s hard to choose because one is ‘The Goat’ on the female side and the other is ‘The Goat’ on the male side. So, both. I can’t choose.” Where’s the lie? Right?

Tiger Woods, although not in the best shape right now, has won a total of 82 events on the PGA Tour, including 15 majors. From his 80-under par in the first Masters as a pro to a 12-shot margin of victory over Tom Kite, the runner-up, he has been dominating male golf since 1997. As for Annika Sorenstam, she won over ninety victories worldwide, which included 72 LPGA and 10 major championships. Needless to say, both are GOATs.

When asked about how she manages to keep calm and enter the game to hit through the rounds, Roussin stated that she has her own set of routines that she follows so that she does not otherwise get furious. All the more so, because the French golfer is known for expressing both her anger and happiness exceptionally well on the course. She said, “So to manage my emotions before the competition, I have routines. And otherwise, on the course, well it’s mostly going to be routines too, but a lot of visualization, breathing, simple and concrete things.”

Pauline Roussin is all pumped up to try and get a victory at the Amundi Evian Championship and become the second French golfer after Celine Boutier won it last year. She has been one of the oldest players to play on the same course. As a result, she knows the course inside out! Winning in that course is undoubtedly going to be a significant turn in her professional career.

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What is Pauline Roussin’s favorite memory from the Evian Resort?

Not many golfers are aware of the intricacies and hidden treasures of the Evian Resort Golf Club as much as Pauline Roussin. She has been competing there ever since she was a kid. She started when she was 8 and played for five years till she was 12. She came back to the course for the Jabra Ladies Open in 2017 and 2019. She made her debut at the Amundi Evian Championship as a professional in 2021.

When asked about her favorite memory of the course, it was not a part of the game that she played. Rather, it was a fun part that the course had to offer. With all excitement, Roussin said, “Ever since I was little and started competing here, it’s been the candy pyramids and chocolate fountains at the Haribo (Amundi Evian) kid’s Cup.”

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