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May 28, 2005

Anders Hansen


Q. A day of two halves?

ANDERS HANSEN: It sure was. It was really tough out there today. The wind was really tricky. I was hitting the ball really, really nice today, but made a couple of stupid decisions, hitting a club too much off 8 and ended up making double from that slope up there.

Good finish, which is always nice. I just told Duncan after we finished the front nine, I was plus four after nine holes and I hit one bad shot. Didn't feel like I was playing that bad. So if I just kept playing and maybe a few went in, we should still be all right.

Q. Is that a case of getting out of your head and ignoring it almost?

ANDERS HANSEN: It's very easy to be frustrated, but when you feel you're hitting the ball good, and I was hitting yeah, the front nine, I think I was hitting the ball better than I did the back nine here, which is really strange.

Q. 17, the eagle, what did you do?

ANDERS HANSEN: I managed to hit a really good tee shot with a 3 wood all the way down around the corner, only had a five left, and made about another 25 foot putt.

Q. Thoughts for tomorrow?

ANDERS HANSEN: It's going to be fun tomorrow. I hope the wind gets down so we can play a little bit more aggressive tomorrow, because I'm four shots behind and got some work to do.

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