Q. We got 18 first-time winners out here, then some of the older guard like Gene Sauers, Loren Roberts. Do you think the no wind today was kind of an equalizer for the whole field?
CHRIS RILEY: I mean, yeah, I guess so. I don't really look at it like that. I just try to play the golf course as it comes. I guess, yeah, I mean, it was even for everybody, for the guys who have never been over here. They say this is unbelievable, it hasn't blown for two days. The 18 first-time winners don't know any different. So it probably does even out the field, yeah.
TODD BUDNICK: Walk through the other birdies, starting with 2.
CHRIS RILEY: 2, 3-iron in there about five feet, hit a real good shot there.
Next hole, I hit driver, sand wedge in there, about 10 feet.
Next hole, I reached par 5, hit driver, 5-wood in there about 45 feet, 50 feet, 2-putted.
Next hole, I hit a driver, L-wedge in there about six inches.
Then on 10, I hit driver -- maybe it was a 3-wood, sand wedge, about four feet.
Then on 16, I hit 3-wood, 9-iron to about seven feet.
Q. Where did your drive go on 6?
CHRIS RILEY: 6? Oh, yeah, it ran all the way down the hill to about almost -- you could toss it on the green. I don't even know how the wind blows out here. Is that hole usually into the wind?
Q. Usually down.
CHRIS RILEY: Wind usually goes... I wish it would have blown today so I could see what it's like (laughter).
Q. You'll get your chance at the end of the week.
CHRIS RILEY: Yeah.
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