Q. Almost everybody comes in and talks about being patient; how come everybody can talk about it but yet it becomes so difficult?
J.J. HENRY: That's just the nature of the game. Mentally it's hard to compose yourself for four and a half, five hours out there especially when you feel you are hitting good shots and you catch a gust of wind or you get a bad lie. That's a challenge that I'm trying to get better at.
I have been out here three years now. I feel like I'm still getting better and better. At the same time I need to kind of take things in stride and just go out and have a good time. I feel like if I go out and play fun I have played my best golf. I wish I could do it every time. That's something I'm trying to work on. Once I do that, I really feel like my best days are ahead of me out here.
Q. You got started with that bad break on one?
J.J. HENRY: I hit a driver off the tee. I was right on the edge of the bunker of the rough. I had a horrible lie. Whacked it out over the next bunker. It hit the top lip of the bunker and didn't get up-and-down from the green-side bunker and made a 6.
Q. Birdie on 3?
J.J. HENRY: Birdie on 3. I hit a 7-iron to about 15 feet and made it.
J.J. HENRY: 4, actually made a great putt. I hit a 7-iron; not a real good shot. It was probably 40 feet. It was kind of a swerving putt. It was by far the best putt of the week. It was a good way to kind of kick it off.
J.J. HENRY: Played a long par-5. I hit a 3-wood off the tee just to give myself a chance, a 3-iron layup and hit it about 80 yards. I hit a sand wedge in there about eight feet and made that.
Q. Bogey on 6.
J.J. HENRY: 6 is an extremely difficult hole today. You had pretty good wind. I don't know if you guys know that hole. The fairway slopes like this and the wind is blowing probably 10 or 15 miles an hour right-to-left. Tough pin. To make a long story short, I missed it just left of the green and hit a good pitch to about four feet, five feet and missed it.
Q. Birdie on 7.
J.J. HENRY: 7, I hit a great 3-wood and a 9-iron up there about five feet. Six feet, maybe. Six feet or so.
Q. You bogeyed the next one, par-3?
J.J. HENRY: I hit a 5-iron off the tee in the left bunker and just didn't get up-and-down. It was a pretty difficult hole today with that front pin.
Q. 10, birdie?
J.J. HENRY: 10, I hit a 3-wood off the tee just to put it in the fairway and an 8-iron, I'd say, to about ten feet right past the hole and an extremely quick putt. It was either a three or a five. Luckily the ball went right in the middle of the hole.
Q. 13 and 14?
J.J. HENRY: 13 and 14, I made a great putt on the par-3 13. I hit a 7-iron to about maybe 30 feet or so. A nice putt there.
On 14, I hit a good drive. I ripped a 3-wood just short left of the green and hit a nice pitch to about five feet, made that for birdie.
Q. Do you hope you bogey the first hole tomorrow?
J.J. HENRY: I'm going to try to get off to a better start. Again, if I do, maybe I can kind of look back on today and say it's still possible to go out and shoot a good round.
Q. Are you looking for the greens to be faster this weekend?
J.J. HENRY: I was joking before. I said today is Halloween. It was pretty scary how fast those greens are today.
Q. They are talking about not watering them for the weekend?
J.J. HENRY: The way I look at it, it's the same for everybody. I just got to go out and try to make the best of it. I got nothing to lose. I'm going to try to go out and have fun and hopefully I will continue to do well.
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