Q. Do you have a medical condition in your shoulder?
BRYCE MOLDER: I don't -- I don't really call it a condition. I was born abnormal for most people. I have a smaller left hand and I am missing my left chest muscle. There's a name for it Polon (ph) syndrome, but there has been kind of a big deal made out of it lately, but personally I don't see it as really as much of anything, just as somebody might be really tall or somebody might be really short.
Q. It hasn't affected how you have learned the game?
BRYCE MOLDER: I mean, my golf swing is going to be different than you know, someone else that may be 6 foot and 175 pounds. And may be you know, a little bit -- the power in the generators is from the right side just because that's where I am stronger, but you know, I just guess -- I try to learn how to swing as well as I can and just the way I am. Not really change anything as far as how I have learned to play.
Q. Doesn't change your grip or anything?
BRYCE MOLDER: No.
Q. How many tournaments, Nelson tournaments have you attended when you were --
BRYCE MOLDER: One. I remember -- one. I remember I don't know why I remember this. We were going to come on Sunday, my dad and I. I didn't want to go to church. He said we're not going to the golf tournament unless we go to church first. I remember on No. 5 green, this is maybe the only thing I remember about the whole tournament was looking up over people, I could see Greg Norman's really white hair. That's about all I remember because I was only about 7.
Q. Who did you play with? What year was that?
BRYCE MOLDER: Clinton. That was, I think, three years ago, maybe. That was let's see, when was it was in 1999 because it was Pebble Beach U.S. Amateur. Was right after that. That was '99.
Q. What did you do on that last hole that round?
BRYCE MOLDER: I just made a par. That's all I remember. I played a really good round with him.
Q. 60; wasn't it?
BRYCE MOLDER: Yeah.
Q. You parred the last hole?
BRYCE MOLDER: Yeah.
Q. What is your Open qualifying schedule?
BRYCE MOLDER: I am through to the second stage and I am going to do it in Maryland the second stage there right after the Kemper Open.
Q. How are you through with the second stage?
BRYCE MOLDER: I don't know if it's from Walker Cup or they may take that away when you turn pro but also making the cut last year. I think that exempts you.
TODD BUDNICK: Thank you.
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