Q. Do you know what happened to your ball? Did you hit it that far left?
TIGER WOODS: I have no idea. I was really hot -- none of the marshals there signaled that it was out of bounds. Everyone down there was looking over there but no one ever signaled. The guy came out, one of the marshals actually came out and didn't do anything, so we figured it was in.
Q. What did you hit for your approach?
TIGER WOODS: 183 or 187. Something like that. A 6-iron.
TIGER WOODS: I got to the balls when they told me. One of our PGA rules officials was there, too.
TIGER WOODS: I played better. I hit one poorly short shot there over on 14. I put it in the water with a sand wedge in my hand. That's not very good. Other than that, I hit the ball really well on the back nine.
Q. Any flashbacks to that?
TIGER WOODS: No, this is a hell of a lot warmer.
Q. The wind wasn't as bad. I got to figure it was worse --
TIGER WOODS: It's hard to judge where the wind is coming from. A couple of shots, Robert and I both got completely fooled. One got beat straight down, one rode the wind and carried long. So it's tough when it's swirling like this. It's hard to get committed over the shot let alone pull the right club.
JOAN vT ALEXANDER: Thanks Tiger.
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