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March 15, 2003

Carlos Franco

Brett Quigley


Q. You played well last week at Doral and you're playing well again, especially today. Maybe just talk about your day so far today.

CARLOS FRANCO: I'm playing better, playing more confident, too. I'm making more putts these last three weeks, Tucson, Doral and here. Over the last two years, I've lost my putting and I feel like it's coming back again.

Q. Do you feel comfortable in Florida versus the West Coast?

CARLOS FRANCO: I think so. Exactly. This is a big difference, too, for me because I play here, the weather is good, same like my country. And the West Coast always gives me trouble, it's different, and the courses are different or something. I don't know what happens.

Q. You have three or four holes left?

CARLOS FRANCO: Three more holes. I need to play 16, 17 and 18. Hope to play good and have a good one tomorrow and focus on the next day.

Q. Your day went well; what do you have left on 18?

BRETT QUIGLEY: I have about a 25-footer for birdie. I just played nice today. Just nothing going early and then I made birdie on the par 5 and that got me going. I birdied 7, 8, 9 and 10 to really get it going.

Obviously, it's out there. The scores are low. Guys are shooting good scores and that's good for me because it keeps me aggressive. I felt like I was playing well.

Q. Is it the type of course where you feel like you can compete, a course where you can make a lot of birdies?

BRETT QUIGLEY: I really didn't think this would be a good golf course for me because it takes the driver out of my hands. But I've been hitting well off the tee and I've putted well, so that's a pretty good combination. If you're getting it in play and make something putts, it obviously helps out.

Q. You live in Jupiter?

BRETT QUIGLEY: Yeah, 15 minutes away.

Q. How much have you seen of the course before?

BRETT QUIGLEY: I played it twice before this week. I came out a couple of weeks ago and didn't really know what to expect as far as where we would be hitting it and how it would play. I thought if we didn't have much wind, the scores would be pretty low.

Q. Plus you're sleeping in your own bed; does that make a difference?

BRETT QUIGLEY: Sure, can go to my favorite restaurant. I get to sleep in my own bed and I have a lot of friends here this week. It's a good week.

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