Q. Buick Open is not known to give up a lot of low scores in the afternoon rounds. What did you find out there that couple of other guys found before you but normally this time of day you don't see numbers like you put up this afternoon.
J.J. HENRY: Well, I mean, again it was a beautiful day to play. I was joking with my caddie that it was almost kind of like playing indoors. There wasn't a cloud in the sky. It was just a great day to play. I just had a good attitude. I hit a lot of good shots. I took advantage of the par 5s a little bit, and you know, I made a couple of putts. Sure, I could have made a couple more, maybe a spike mark or a bump here, but that's just kind of the rub of the green and you have got to kind of make the best of it. Again, I got off to such a good start, birdied 4 of the first 5, kind of just coasted along and held on to shoot 5-under. So I just -- you got to kind of roll with it. Everybody has got to play one day in the afternoon, and I did play a little bit later than usual, maybe, but that's just the way it goes sometimes.
Q. Following up, you will not be paired with Tiger Woods tomorrow. Perhaps on Sunday. Any thoughts about that because the media and the fans following him has to be a distraction for him or his partner?
J.J. HENRY: There's two ways to look at it. I did look at the board after 16 and knew if I did make another birdie that I'd probably get a chance to play in the last group and it would be pretty special, especially here at the Buick, you know we are both part of the Buick golf and the Buick golf family, it would have been neat. Again, at the same time there are a lot of people and it can get pretty chaotic. But you know, we all play to play in the last group and play with the best player in the world. I did get a chance to play with college with Tiger but I haven't played with him since he and I turned pro. It would have been good. This Sunday would be even better. We'll see what happens.
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