Q. Can I ask you, with Woods in this position, how with the way he's playing, how difficult is he to beat in a major situation when he's tied or in the lead?
VIJAY SINGH: Well, obviously, he's been playing very well, and he likes this golf course, and he's defending champion and he's right up there.
I'm not going to go out there worrying about trying to beat him. I'm going to go out there and try to play my game and focus on what I'm doing, and if I play good enough and putt well enough, I think I have a good chance of winning. But if that's not good enough, then, you know, you can't do anything about it.
Q. What's it going to be like for Retief, final group, with Tiger, Sunday at Masters? Is there any advice you would give him?
VIJAY SINGH: I think Retief is pretty comfortable right now. He's playing well. I don't think his heart rate ever gets over 100. (Laughter.) You know, he's just going to maintain his own rhythm and he's in his own world out there. I don't think anything is going to bother him tomorrow.
Q. Your strategy today must be a little different than tomorrow; how do they differ?
VIJAY SINGH: I'm just going to try to play solid tomorrow. It's going to be the same tomorrow, depending what position I am on the back nine. There's a lot of holes out there to catch up, two shots or whatever shots, but if I go out there and make a few early birdies and be calm and don't try to force things, and see what happens. A lot of positions like this, a lot of players force things and that's when they make mistakes. Just play to the fat of the green and take the birdie chances that you can and see what happens.
BILLY MORRIS: Ladies and gentlemen, thank you very much, Vijay, and good luck tomorrow.
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