CHRIS RILEY: That was a good experience. Obviously I would have liked to have won, but I pretty much did all I could do, and being in a playoff under that kind of pressure, it was a lot of fun but nerve wracking at the same time. That putt that lipped out, I've had a lot of putts like that that went right in the middle. All I did was worry about my stroke and I stroked it as pure as I could and it didn't go in.
You know, it's my sixth year out here, and each tournament I learn more and more. You know, I'm starting to feel like I'm becoming a better player. I know I've still got a long ways to go. I just hit 30, and I know golfers don't reach their prime until they're 30, 31, 32. I play golf for a living and I'm very fortunate and it's a lot of fun to do that. I don't get too down on myself out there.
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