Q. Athletes talk about the zone. Was that kind of where you were, is that what athletes are talking about?
TIGER WOODS: It is a different type of zone. I have been in a situation before when you couldn't really remember what actually transpired. You were there, but you were so focused out that -- but usually that happens towards the end of a tournament, especially in a major championship when you need that type of awareness, that type of concentration in order to win.
Q. Two weeks ago you were 9 over for a round. Today you are 9-under. Do you use that round of any inspiration at all?
TIGER WOODS: No.
Q. Do you use that or you wash it completely out of your mind?
TIGER WOODS: Just one of those days. Actually I was 10-over. You just go ahead and you just put it away because I played well the first two days. We had bad conditions, the conditions were just brutal. Then I played well on Sunday. So I played -- had one bad day in there with the weather being pretty difficult, and I was 10-under the other three days. And I played well at the Battle of Big Horn, and I just continued making progress which I was -- I have been doing which is nice.
Q. (Inaudible) you forget about it tomorrow or do you try build on it?
TIGER WOODS: I am going to go out there on the range and just kind of get -- make sure I get my rhythm back and make sure everything is set for tomorrow. Maybe shape a few shots, but that's about it.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Thank you very much.
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