Q. Obviously next year with being ahead of the British Open, that kind of creates a problem for you.
VIJAY SINGH: I just kind of announced that I was going to come, and then someone told me it's the week before the British Open. I'm going to see how I'm doing and how I'm playing and how my schedule is. It's still very early. I still have a good feeling that I'm going to come back and play it. It's not a definite, but probably 70 percent.
Q. All three of the second-place guys say the thing about Vijay, he keeps hitting it 15, 10, 15, 10, 20. If you do that often enough, you're going to give yourself enough opportunities, sooner or later something is going to go in. Is that your feeling, that your swing is so accurate that you have the comfortable feeling that if I keep hitting it like this, I'm going to make some putts eventually and I will be rewarded for this consistent accuracy?
VIJAY SINGH: I'm not a bad putter. I've never been a bad putter, but I've never been a great putter. I've occasionally been very good, but I've been very consistent. Two years ago I was No. 4 on the putting and that's the best I've ever been. I work a lot on my putting and I don't hit bad putts, they just don't go in sometimes. Hopefully in the future they will, but I'm very comfortable with what I'm doing.
I like the way I'm playing golf right now, I'm not fighting with my golf swing like I said. I'm getting more and more consistent and working on the right things. I don't work on ten different things. I don't come the following week and try something new. I work on set things and they fall in place, and now it has fallen into place hopefully, and hopefully I can maintain it as long as I play.
Q. You're on a long streak where you haven't had any time off in a while. In a situation like this where you're playing, not playing, that could wear a person down mentally. In a long stretch like you played, how were you able to maintain your focus and play through that?
VIJAY SINGH: You just have to deal with that. I've been around the game long enough to know that things like that happen, and this is not the first rain delay that I have ever been in. It's nice to be in a rain delay when you're playing well. You don't feel like you need to leave as soon as you finish, but my focus really was I thought I could win the tournament after the second day, and that was my mindset was to play the best I can and see if I could win. I didn't let anything else interfere.
TODD BUDNICK: If we could just go through your birdies on your bogey-free final round.
VIJAY SINGH: Yesterday on 2, I hit driver, 5-wood to about ten feet, two-putted.
4, I hit a driver, 9-iron, I think, to about eight feet.
8, I hit a driver, pitching wedge about ten feet.
14, I hit driver to the green, putted up to about a foot.
16, I hit 9-iron about 20 feet.
17, driver, laid up with a 6-iron, hit 9-iron about ten feet.
TODD BUDNICK: Thank you, Vijay, and congratulations once again.
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