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November 8, 2014

Ian Poulter


Q.  What's your verdict on day three?
IAN POULTER:  Three bogeys, but probably is the only disappointing thing about the day.  I played nicely.  Got out of position a couple of times and with that obviously made a couple mistakes and that's obviously difficult from there.  But I played good golf again.  A couple of putts slid past.  Would have been nice to hole a couple of those and been a couple closer to G‑Mac.

Q.  A fair bit of resilience in there, you are nicely in a position, aren't you?
IAN POULTER:  Yeah, I'm in decent position.  So I need to go out there and play well tomorrow.  I feel like my game's right there.  I just need the putter to warm up slightly and I think I'll be pretty happy.

Q.  How much harder was it in these kind of conditions today?
IAN POULTER:  It was tricky today.  The wind was up again in the afternoon and it was a long day.  I mean, 5 1/2 hours, is 5 1/2 hours.  We should be playing quicker than that.  5 1/2 hours is a long time to play, let alone someone to watch.

Q.  Could you seen see as you're finishing?  It's pretty dark?
IAN POULTER:  It's getting dark.  We always battle the light here every year obviously, and there's a lot of players playing in the field.  So it makes it difficult to get everyone around in four hours like we should but no excuses, it was just a long day.

Q.  Got a score in mind for the final day?
IAN POULTER:  Yeah, low.

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