Q. With the Tour season so long, what's the fatigue factor, more pronounced mentally or physically?
VIJAY SINGH: I don't know, I think mentally would be more than anything else. Especially on the last few trips that I've done. I made two trips to the U.K. in the last month. So kind of tired mentally.
Physically, I'm pretty healthy. I think I work out every day, almost. I'm pretty fit that way.
But you get kind of tired of traveling, especially when it's long distance. And I'm looking forward to the break.
Q. The scores here in the last three years have been pretty high relative to other tournaments, and you've had a lot of success on this golf course. What is it about East Lake that fits so well with your game?
VIJAY SINGH: I don't know how to answer that question. Everybody has asked me that.
I just think it suits my eye. Whenever I come here, I play well. I like the greens. I think it all starts off from the very first time that I came over here and I played well. So two years later, I came here, I had good feelings going again and I played well and this year it's the same.
I don't think the golf course plays any different to me than anybody else out there. I just play well here when I come here.
It's a good thing to have.
Q. I was wondering when DiMarco did his Crocodile or Gator thing at the end on 18, are you, living in Florida, do you get into that?
VIJAY SINGH: There's a lot of heckling going on all day. He kind of brought it onto himself with that outfit he had on. (Laughter.)
You know, he gave it back to them in the end, though.
Q. Have you ever watched a college football game?
VIJAY SINGH: Not really, no. My caddie is a big Gator fan, and DiMarco obviously is. It doesn't really entice me much.
Q. What would it mean for to you win here, coming from someone who has won two majors and knows the difference between the four and the others?
VIJAY SINGH: I'd just like to win again. The last time I won was in Houston, and I have a good record over here without winning. I've been playing well the last few months, great finishes. I'd just like to get off this year with a win. That's more bigger for me than anything else. I'd like to end the season with a great win and start off next year with a good feeling, yeah.
Q. You mentioned Houston and winning there. You are in a similar situation today, and there you won by six shots. What was your approach on the final round, and will you take a similar strategy tomorrow?
VIJAY SINGH: I played really good there in the final round. I almost did not miss a shot.
I'd like to do that again here tomorrow, go out there and focus on what I'm doing. That's what I did out there. Just each hole at a time and my game, my way. Don't worry about the leaderboard. Don't worry about who is playing. I was fortunate enough to play with Darren, that played well, as well and we kind of fought it out. It was close there for a long time until I finished off well.
Tomorrow will be just going out there and have a good warm up and do what I did today. Just hit the fairways and hit the greens and make the putts and just play my own game. That's what I plan to do.
TODD BUDNICK: If we could have your birdies.
VIJAY SINGH: 7-iron about eight feet.
3-putted from about 30 feet.
Driver, 3-wood, sand wedge about six feet.
Driver, 7-iron about five feet.
7-iron about same, about five feet.
Driver, 5-iron, 90 feet.
Q. How far did you have in on that hole?
VIJAY SINGH: 190 to the front.
TODD BUDNICK: Thank you.
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