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October 11, 2015

Rickie Fowler

Songdo IBD, Incheon City, Korea

Q. Just your thoughts about the match. Adam seemed to play a little bit better than you to run away with it?
RICKIE FOWLER: Probably more than a little better. I didn't play very well today. I wasn't able to make any putts. Didn't get off to a great start, so Adam is playing well, he made some putts. I can't go out and expect to win a match over par.

Q. Conditions were quite tough out there?
RICKIE FOWLER: Condition were still scorable. Just needed to be in the fairway. I hit a couple drives that weren't my best, but yeah, it was tough but still needed to make birdies to win holes.

Q. Was there a key moment there where you felt you should have stuck with him before he sort of got a way a little bit?
RICKIE FOWLER: I knew the putt I had on 8, the par 3, I felt like it was one that I needed to make. I felt like I hit a good putt and it just missed. I felt like it was one if I made, he may miss. It is very makeable. It was kind of down in the trough, that back pin there; I missed and he made and things went his way. He continued to make some birdies from there. It was kind of, I would say the turning point right in there.

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