Q. How tough was it to stick to that percentage game? If you were standing in the middle of the fairway and looking at the pin thinking -- normally you would think this is a birdie chance. How tough is it to resist that?
THOMAS BJORN: It all comes down to what you want to do, yourself, and having a very, very good caddy on the bag. And he'll certainly help me a lot in the future. But it's very, very important to have somebody that knows exactly how to play this golf course. And fortunately I have somebody that's been around for a long time and been with the best players.
Q. Having played in majors with Tiger before and knowing his hunger for winning major championships, what do you expect out of him tomorrow, is one question. And the second question is, have you led a major before this late and how do you feel you'll handle the pressure tomorrow?
THOMAS BJORN: To take the last question, no, I haven't led a major this late. I was in there with a chance at Valhalla. I was certainly in with a chance last year at the Open. Handling the pressure -- well, I think everybody's under pressure tomorrow. And you can only believe in your golf swing and believe in yourself. There's no shame to go out and not perform every time you're under pressure. We all go through it as professionals and sometimes you handle the pressure well, the game stands up for itself. Sometimes you don't handle it very well, and that's just the nature of this game. And that's why it's such a good game. But while I expect -- well, I expect like everybody else that Tiger is going to go out and play his best game tomorrow and win this golf tournament. That's what he wants to do and we all know when he's in that position he's very, very dangerous. But good thing for me and for everybody else is that there's so many good players around him that all can stand up and play some really, really solid game and also win this golf tournament and put pressure on him. If he gets off to a fast start tomorrow, then it's going to be interesting to see what the reaction is from everybody.
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