Q. Would you like to play Tiger in the semifinals?
ADAM SCOTT: Yeah. I hope I get to the semifinals. I wouldn't mind getting there and he's not there. That would be all right, too. But, no, I'm more worried about tomorrow's match. I'll worry about tomorrow afternoon when I'm there.
Q. Kevin has been difficult to beat here, obviously. When you got down two, any concern that you might not be able to come back?
ADAM SCOTT: No, it was so early, 16 holes left, a lot can happen. And it's playing tough, with it being wet and lengthened, and the greens so soft, it's tough. And you're going to make mistakes. So I tried to stay patient and not -- but it was important for me to not let him get three or four up front. That's hard to come back from.
Q. After the work you did last week, do you feel that you've been getting more comfortable as the tournament has been going on?
ADAM SCOTT: Definitely. I'm swinging the club well. I'm struggling a little bit with my half shots, as far as direction goes. With changes, it's awkward when I have to get a little cute with shots. And you do out here, because you have to try to take the spin off the ball. I'm struggling a little bit with that, but it will come.
Q. Have you ever played with Price or Haas?
ADAM SCOTT: Yeah, I've played with both of them. I played with Jay Haas at the U.S. Open last year, and I can remember playing with Nick somewhere along the way, yeah.
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