JOEY SINDELAR: Sure. Let me look at the notes. No. 3, I was just in the left semi and I had a tree there so I had to punch a 5-iron just short right of the green. I hit a nice chip to about four feet and missed it, disappointing. Very pleased with the chip. It was a big breaker and I just missed it.
Par 5, I hit a good drive, cutting the corner, 3-wood just left of the green, chipped to about let's say six feet.
10 was one of my favorite drives of the day. I hit a 3-iron in just short -- it wasn't a great 3-iron, the drive was good. Just short right of the green, chipped it to about let's say four feet.
3-wood off 11, pitching wedge to about six feet.
12 was a driver and a little punch 5-iron. See, I should explain to you, do you all know No. 12 green pretty good? It's got that big up-slope and they've reconfigured the back. It used to go up that hill and fall off dramatically. They've raised the back a little bit. Tim Petrovic hit first and hit the 6-iron like I was going to do, hit at the top of the hill, fiddled back down, he has a 45-footer up and over.
When the greens are firm you can play different shots. Something I haven't done in a long time is punch a 5-iron and land it on the front and roll it up the hill. I tried it and I was laughing at myself for even doing it. We just don't do it that often. I did it and it was right on line and curled right up there and rolled eight or nine feet behind the hole and made birdie. That was fun. The guys really enjoy playing that kind of golf.
Then the par 3 was a smoked 4-iron. I forget the yardage, but right at it. It hit a little bit soft and stayed 20 feet short, but sometimes you don't know that the 20-footer was the right place to be.
15, par 5, I hit a bad drive, hit my drive off the toe. I was trying to smoke it because you need -- with the wind right-to-left you need it. Left rough, laid up with a 5-iron, 56-degree wedge to probably a little over 20 feet, say 22 feet -- ShotLink will tell us -- and made that. It was a very easy putt.
Again, a difference between last week and this week. Last week it was very hard; I heard a lot of guys saying that if you got outside of ten feet there were very few single breaker putts. Everything was left and then right or up and then over. There was always a couple of things happening at least. My putt on 15 was just a beautiful 20-footer slightly uphill, just like you were bowling, just hit the second arrow and curve it in there, and it worked. It was simple. We enjoyed that.
The bogey on 18 was a disaster. I blocked my drive to the right. That little three-foot wide creek looked like it was 40 yards wide to me. So I hit it out to the right in a little tree in the mulch. No shot. I tried to use a 3-wood to just bump it over to the fairway and the ball only went about four steps, and I had another bad lie and I just kind of skulled a 3-wood. I was trying to stay right of the creek and get it up there and don't make a double. At that point I was willing to accept a double and not hit it in the creek and made a triple. You don't want to tell a lot of people that you hit your 3-wood on your third shot. It skidded up that alley and I had about a 30-footer for par. I cozied it up about three feet and got up there very, very luckily.
CHRIS REIMER: Congratulations on your round and we'll see you tomorrow.
JOEY SINDELAR: Thank you. Appreciate it.
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