CHRIS RILEY: That was one of the best putts I hit in my life, on 16.
CHRIS RILEY: Absolutely, those putts but I didn't know the situation. I don't even know, was I 10? Yeah, I was 10 going into 15. I made a great par there, up and down.
16, I made one of the best putts I've ever hit. It broke about two feet, and it would have gone through the size of a ball, I hit it so good.
On 17, I still thought I was one back and I hit a quick hook and got a great putt there. And then my putt there, I thought I made it.
To make birdie on 18 to get it back to 10, I was very happy.
Q. Standing over that putt after Daly putted out, were you nervous at all?
CHRIS RILEY: Surprisingly, no. I was more nervous waiting for the playoff to start. My stomach was hurting a little bit. Athletes I love having to make a shot. Sometimes I don't do it, but I love to know that I have to make this putt. That's what I practice. I can't tell you how much I thought I was going to make it. I told myself this is what I'm here for, I've worked all my life on my putting to make this putt in a pressure situation. All I can do is hit a good putt. Obviously I made a good putt, but not good enough. It was something.
Q. When you were walking back to 18, were you thinking this is my home course?
CHRIS RILEY: No, I was thinking more like you're going to have to make birdie. Par 5, three guys, you know someone is going to make a birdie. Playoffs in the past, birdie is going to win. I really felt there was nothing to lose, everything to gain, especially, I guess, a Buick, if you can win a Buick, I would love to get a Buick Rainier.
I felt great. I did everything I could, it just didn't turn out.
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