JUSTIN ROSE: Just pure hard work. I have always believed I have got the talent. I just went through a stage - whether because I grew or whatever it might have been - I just sort of -- I suddenly started to get the club stuck behind me and you have to rely on your hands a lot more that way. So I have been working -- even now I still work on trying to get the club in front of me so I have to rely less on my hands. And I still work on that pretty much every time I see David Leadbetter.
Q. (Inaudible) the last birdie on 17.
JUSTIN ROSE: 3-wood, then I hit 8-iron to about three feet. I made a nice up-and-down on the 11th hole which is a tough par 3. Came out just short right of the green and was into sort of quite -- the thick rough around the green there and managed to pitch it out to about two feet. It was a good save.
Q. (Inaudible) anything you worked on --
JUSTIN ROSE: I think it was just over the last two weeks been working really hard on a few things and I just felt like everything just suddenly sort of gelled together, like it all just clicked into place. Maybe worked on being a little bit more aggressive to the ball, obviously when your confidence isn't quite there you tend to be just a little bit steery (sic), a little bit guidey (sic). Today I was a lot more aggressive through the ball. I think that mindset helped the swing just piece together.
Q. How long were you with him (inaudible)?
JUSTIN ROSE: Only an hour. Hour max. David is actually incredible, it can take five minutes sometimes. If he just sees something and then he manages to kind of tell you in a way that you can internalize it and feel what he's trying to -- the moves he's trying to tell you to make. He's fantastic in making you feel them which is the key to being a great teacher in my opinion.
Q. When did you see him?
JUSTIN ROSE: Wednesday.
MODERATOR: Thank you very much, Justin.
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