Q. Did you come in here thinking you were going to have to go (inaudible) lower today?
CHRIS RILEY: I had a good time. I played with Peter Jacobsen and Spike McRoy. I really wasn't thinking about it. I was just playing golf and just trying the best I can. I hit a couple of awkward shots. I don't know, had a week where I have put a couple of swings on it, and I can't believe where the ball is going when I look up because it feels like the swings are good. I think that has something to do with the British Open because before I went over there at Western I was hitting it good; then I hit it good over there. I am just tired now. I will get pumped up for tomorrow.
Q. You say your approach is don't look at leaderboards pick a number -- given what has gone on here this week how do you know what kind of number to pick?
CHRIS RILEY: Usually if you are 17, 18, 19-under you are going to be right there in the tournament, but you know what, last year my best finish was second at The INTERNATIONAL, and I really didn't look at any leaderboards, and I am the type of player that I mean I really ---why look at a leaderboard. Some guys love to look at them see what they are doing. All I know is I can take care of my business and make as many birdies as I can, so -- that's why I don't look at a leaderboard.
Q. How are you feeling physically now adapting back to state-side time?
CHRIS RILEY: I am pretty much adapted now. First couple of -- I think it's a 7-hour difference, 6 hours, but I am I am pretty much all set and ready to go. I know I will be ready for tomorrow.
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