JOHN HUSTON: There is a lot of guys that are in there 40s that are out on the TOUR. They talk a lot about the young guys but there is a lot of guys that are my age that are out here, so I think that's definitely a factor when you have some experience it helps you a little bit.
Q. Was that something that may spur you on, the talk about the 20-somethings and 30-somethings and that you guys maybe not get the -- (Inaudible)
JOHN HUSTON: No, I think that everybody is pretty driven by themselves. I don't think that, you know, it's kind of a different sport. Everybody is to themselves and driven by their own goals and what they want to accomplish.
Q. John, are the greens maybe too soft for everybody's liking?
JOHN HUSTON: I think they need to be soft, these greens -- it was really hard Thursday to get it in real close. So you weren't really seeing anybody with very many good chances at birdie. I think you need to be able to hit it fairly close or it will take forever to play because you have 40-footers on these greens that are pretty difficult.
Q. Tomorrow you will have your share of the lead or won't be very far out. Everybody is in the same boat as you. Would it be an exciting finish tomorrow?
JOHN HUSTON: Yes, I don't think anybody knows what to expect for tomorrow and certainly Billy Andrade and those guys have quite a few holes left so they can definitely distance themselves, you never know, or they can stay right where they are and everybody be bunched together. I don't think anybody has any expectation of what tomorrow is going to be like. You just have to wait and see when you get here in the morning.
Q. Did you ever finish off a round like that a 50- and 30-footer?
JOHN HUSTON: I'm sure I have. But it's been a while. I haven't made too many putts over 10 or 15 feet lately so I'm happy to take them.
TODD BUDNICK: Thank you, John.
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