Q. How would you characterize your history here in this tournament?
JAY HAAS: Pretty poor. I think I've made had one Top 10, maybe two. That might be stretching it. For a long time I didn't play very well at all here, and I've -- here and there I've done okay, but I don't know what it is. I mean, what an event. This is the best, I think. You can't do enough for us here. It's our Championship, the course is always in beautiful condition. Why wouldn't you like being here. I love being here, I'm just frustrated that I don't play better.
JOAN vT ALEXANDER: Can we go through your birdies and bogies. Start on 10.
JAY HAAS: I hit a 6-iron to about eight feet, made that.
12 I hit a sand wedge to three feet.
15 I bogged, I hit a fat 7-iron from the middle of the fairway ten yards short of the green, didn't get up and down.
16 I hit a 4-iron just over the green a yard or so, probably my best shot of the day. It hit on the downslope and ran through the green, chipped that to about four feet and made that.
On 18 I hit a good drive and a 7-iron to about 12 feet, made that.
6 I got a little lucky. I kind of pushed the shot and hit short and right of the green and kind of bounced up. The pin is right there on a really tough spot, and it came up about eight feet short and I made that.
I made about a 15-foot putt at No. 8 to save par.
JOAN vT ALEXANDER: Thank you, Jay, for joining us.
JAY HAAS: Thank you very much.
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