Q. The one on 16 looked like it just decided there. I mean it could have gone right at the hole?
RICH BEEM: Oh, yeah, that's like I said when I was talking to my caddy, boy, I'm like, that actually come spin back? He goes, oh, it had to have hit on the green. I said, no, I thought it hit on the fringe. Because we couldn't see it. And sure enough we get up there my divot is a right there and there's a little soft spot right up at the top and I'm going wow.
Q. You had a break on 16 that went against you. I don't know if you saw Burnsie's ball?
RICH BEEM: Hi, Burnsie? Did you sign my name at any of the people? Good for you. He and I get mixed up more than any two guys on Tour. It's ridiculous. It's fun though. I'm sorry. What was the question again? Burnsie got a bad break. Well I don't know what Burnsie did on 16. Did you hit it in the bunker there too left? You went down in the Valley of Sin. Yeah, that's just dead. Yeah, I was same thing. I hit it right at it too and mine hit short and spun back down and hung up on the big fairways, but, yeah, I mean -- pardon my French, but shit happens and you know. And that is kind of what it is. There's no rhyme or reason. Mine could easily have kicked forward and gotten really close or Burnsie' could have hit in back and stopped. I mean who knows. Who knows.
JOE CHEMYCZ: Bob Burns is here. Last question for Rich.
Q. On 18 you have a chance to maybe make a birdie there, but yet you also know that there's two guys behind you that have two difficult holes at least two difficult holes to play, maybe three. What are you thinking?
RICH BEEM: Birdie. I was trying to make it. I stood up on the tee box with my caddy and I said let's birdie it. And I wasn't thinking of par, I wasn't thinking of sitting around watching these guys finish. Because who knows what could happen. They could stiff it on 17 and hit it close on 18. I mean who knows I was thinking birdie the post the lowest score I could possibly pose and go on from there. Oh, yeah. Oh, absolutely. We're sitting, my caddy is like, it's not the greatest of angles, greatest of shots, but I mean who knows on that one. I actually got a little bit more spin off that lie than I thought but if it hits and kicks forward it might have had a chance it ended up in a pretty good spot anyways but that's just kind of how the ball rolls sometimes and you know, obviously if you hit it solid I didn't hit it that solid in the second round, but other than that it looked like he played really well this week too.
JOE CHEMYCZ: Rich, thank you.
RICH BEEM: Absolutely.
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