Q. Not from you, but just watching the TV, it seems like more erratic shots in a match-play tournament than there is in stroke-play. The guys were behind the trees. Is that because people are going for things more than they would?
TIGER WOODS: Well, I think a lot of times what happens is your opponent forces you to hit shots like that. You may step up there and bomb one down the middle, which puts the heat on your opponent, and they know that. And if it's a normal stroke event, who cares? You play your own game. So I think that's generally what happens out there.
Q. Do you have any holes outside of 16 where it looked like you were down and you pulled one out like that?
TIGER WOODS: No. I made a good putt on 18 -- sorry, 9. I ran it by there probably about five feet, there, and made that for par. And it looked like I might lose that hole. Carl -- it went way right on the second shot, hit a heck of a flop shot to get where he was at. He made his putt first, downhill. And I was on the green, hit two perfect shots, and if I miss that putt, I lose the hole.
Q. After last year, when you lost in the first round, after you won this first round match, can you breathe a sigh of relief at all, or is there any time to rest and relax or does it mentally take it out of you, trying to get ready for tomorrow?
TIGER WOODS: It looks like I will get KJ tomorrow. He's 2-up with two or three to go. Get ready for tomorrow. That's the name of the game.
Q. Usually in, say, the last five years you've started off the season relatively slowly and build it to the Majors, so when it gets to Augusta you're in good shape. This year you started out with a win. But this event, in particular, is there something in you that wants to show people that you can win match play, you were so good as a junior, and you can actually do it again?
TIGER WOODS: No. I promise you, I don't think that way.
Q. It was a long question for a short answer, wasn't it?
TIGER WOODS: I'm sorry. I don't think that way. I just take it one match at a time. And I know I have to win six matches in order to win that tournament. And that's the way I look at it.
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