Q. Who would be the most ominous opponent in this field right now, you as the top seed or Kevin Sutherland?
TIGER WOODS: You don't know, that's the thing. You don't know. And I think that's the beauty of match play is that you just flip a coin.
Q. As much as you say that's the beauty of match play, flip a coin, if you can keep not making bogeys, the odds are pretty good?
TIGER WOODS: You can still get a boat race, someone can shoot seven or eight under, and not make a bogey, and someone can shoot three or four under, and you're packing your bags.
Q. I don't know that anyone is shooting 7-under there?
TIGER WOODS: They can go in this condition right now, with no rain, and have to deal with, someone could do it.
Q. Tiger, physically how much heavier are you today than say four or five years ago?
TIGER WOODS: You're trying to call me fat? (Laughter.) My plumpness is up to -- no --
Q. You look like you could play linebacker?
TIGER WOODS: When I first turned pro, I think I was 158. And now I'm 185. So I've put on a little weight.
Q. Body fat?
TIGER WOODS: I haven't tested it had lately, but it's single digits.
Q. I don't know if you're aware, Mr. Rogers passed away, did you watch him growing up or anything?
TIGER WOODS: Mr. --
Q. Mr. Rogers?
TIGER WOODS: Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood? Did he?
Q. Do you have any fond memories of watching him growing up?
TIGER WOODS: I didn't really watch him. I watched Sesame Street. So, no, I didn't really watch his show very often.
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