JOEY SINDELAR: Really thrilled with that shot. A 4-iron off the right foot, 12 feet behind the pin, birdie into the wind, 205. 4-iron.
16, 3-putts, drive just in the right semi, short rough. Hit a 6-iron right at it, came up just short and it trickled down that bank, if you know the green. I had one of those squigglies and knocked it eight, ten feet by and missed it.
Great drive on 17. A 5-iron again off the right foot into that strong winds to about 12 feet. Made that.
18, I missed a -- hit a good drive. 6-iron, I kind of skulled my 6-iron. I had a perfect 6-iron and skulled it. Just got over the water and rolled up to about 3 1/2 feet and missed it but I did get the birdie.
Then birdied 1 with a really nice drive and a sand wedge to about six feet.
2, good drive and 7-iron. Talked about 5, chopped it all up.
6, very good drive, pitching wedge to about 12 feet.
9, a really nice drive and a pitching wedge to about receive, eight feet.
Q. What happened on No. 2?
JOEY SINDELAR: I was in the spaghetti and I hit a very nice shot, but it was straight downhill to about eight or nine feet and I missed it.
But again, I'm walking away thinking, two years ago, I couldn't have even done what I did. I didn't have the technique to do what I did. So even the bogey was worth it, you know. It was like, "Wow, I had a chance."
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Thank you.
JOEY SINDELAR: Thank you for having me.
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