I made a little change, too. I was working with my instructor just north in Palm Beach, Todd Anderson, the last couple of days and actually went left-hand low on my putting, and it's helped me a lot. If there's a weakness in my game, it's been my putting over the last year, year and a half. I'm a streaky putter. When I putt well, I seem to, you know, jump up the leaderboard. But I really feel for the first time in a long time, I'm kind of excited to putt, if that makes sense.
I've always been one that hits a lot of fairways and hits a lot of greens, and now if I can really get that feeling where I'm excited to putt and I really think I'm going to make those birdie opportunities, I think, hopefully, good things will continue to happen.
Q. Do you feel like you've been putting added pressure on yourself to play better? Is that why --
J.J. HENRY: Sure, a little bit. I've put a lot of pressure on myself, I think. Whether that's good or bad.
I got a good taste of what it's like out here last year my rookie year, and maybe I expected a little too much too soon early in the year. Obviously, we would all like to get off to that good start and let things happen and I've kind of done the opposite. I've really tried to force things and just gotten off to a couple events, kind of so-so starts and missed a couple cuts here and there.
But I'm really starting to feel like I'm playing good golf, and hopefully this is the first of some good steps and stepping stones, to hopefully give myself some more chances to win here in the near future.
Q. Talk about how strange it is. You played the back nine; what did you play first?
J.J. HENRY: For this morning I started on the front yesterday. So I finished 4 through 18 on the morning round and then teed off 10.
Q. So you play the back nine to finish and then you go right back out?
J.J. HENRY: Exactly. We had about 30 minutes, I grabbed a quick sandwich and was off to the 10th tee.
I said to myself, I was playing so well that morning round that, you know in a way it sounds funny, but almost maybe would have been better off just to keep going if that makes sense. Not that 30 or 40 minutes is the end of the world. Obviously, I needed to get something to eat and take your -- put your feet up for a little bit.
But I was really hitting a lot of great shots there in the morning. Kind of went stale for a little bit that back nine, the front round of my afternoon round, which was the back nine.
Q. What did you say your first shot was in the morning?
J.J. HENRY: It was about a 95-yard wedge shot, the fourth hole, par 5, and I hit it to about three or four feet to kind of ease my way into it, so to speak, and just kind of carried it through that whole morning round.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Thank you very much.
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