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September 5, 2015

Sean O'Hair

Norton, Massachusetts

Q. 4-under 67 in Round 2 or 7-under overall. Is this where you want to be after two rounds here?
SEAN O'HAIR: I won't be missing the cut, that's for sure. Yeah, I played well the last couple of days. I'm sure I could have made a couple more putts or hit a few better shots, but I felt like all in all the game is pretty good.

Q. You came in 66 in FedExCup points, you're projected right now at 39. Are you just positioning yourself --
SEAN O'HAIR: It's the second day. Sitting here talking about it doesn't do anybody any good. There's a lot of golf yet and on one of those courses guys can do really well. Even if you're in the hunt Sunday you still need to shoot a low score to give yourself a chance because there's a lot of birdies out on this golf course.

Q. Do you like this course?
SEAN O'HAIR: I do. I think it's a very playable golf course, which makes it fun. You don't get on the tee shots and feel like you can't miss it. You feel like you can give it a whale and you go find it and the rough is not too bad. Just kind of allows you to play a little bit freer. And I think that's why guys are making so many birdies out there.

Q. What's been the key to your play for the first two rounds?
SEAN O'HAIR: You know, I think just maybe a little bit more commitment to my shots. I'm putting a lot better. I've been struggling with my putting the last couple of months. So at the beginning of the year I was putting really well, and I think that's what kind of got me back into a groove. And this week I made a couple of adjustments and I feel really good about it.

Q. (Inaudible.)
SEAN O'HAIR: Yeah, it feels like a lifetime ago. But those were great memories for my wife and I. Just traveling around in our RV and playing New England Tour was a lot of fun.

Q. Which doesn't exist anymore.
SEAN O'HAIR: No, it doesn't.

Q. How old are you now?
SEAN O'HAIR: I'm 33.

Q. That was 10 plus?

Q. What kind of adjustments did you make in your playing?
SEAN O'HAIR: Just process stuff. I was seeing -- I see the line well from behind the ball, but when I get over the ball I've been making adjustments and I just kind of decided to stick to what I see behind the ball, because it feels different when I'm over it. And I guess kind of second-guessing myself a little bit and not committing to the stroke.

Q. Is that hard to do?
SEAN O'HAIR: It is hard to do. It is hard to do. Because I'm very much a feel player. When it doesn't feel right it's hard to pull the trigger. But it's just a matter of committing to that, committing to that process.

Q. How long ago did you start that?
SEAN O'HAIR: This week.

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