Q. What was your best save today?
CHRIS RILEY: My best save today, well, I had a lot of good ones, but off one I hooked it in the left bunker, got it up-and-down.
And then on 9, I hooked it in the left bunker and got it up-and-down from 50 yards. No. 9 was probably a key spot.
Q. There's a lot of guys that were giving strokes back quite a bit, 15 through 18. Did you know as you were playing what a good score par was?
CHRIS RILEY: Well, I knew 16 was a tough hole. 17, I hit a bad drive in the left bunker and made a great up-and-down.
Then finally 18, I said step up there and put the best swing on it you can and I striped it down the middle. I knew the holes were playing tough, yeah, now that I look back at it.
Q. You beat Tiger today.
CHRIS RILEY: Yeah, that's good.
Q. Does he owe you now?
CHRIS RILEY: No, but any time you can beat Tiger it's good.
Q. He should have a room upstairs, shouldn't he?
CHRIS RILEY: Yeah, he doesn't?
Q. He should have three.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: If we could go over your birdies on the two par 3s, 7 and 12.
CHRIS RILEY: 7, I hit I 4-iron in there, playing 214, I hit a 4-iron in there probably 13 feet.
Then I birdied 12. I saw David hit and 8-iron right over the pin about 30 feet, so I took the 9-iron and hit it way up in the air. I got lucky, it hit on top of the bunker and rolled about six feet.
Then No. 2, I hooked it off the tee, pitched it up there with a 5-iron, hit a wedge to about ten feet and made it.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Chris Riley, thank you.
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