JASON BOHN: Yeah, actually on No. 11, I hit a great tee shot. I was trying to hit a 4 iron in there and I hit it right where I was looking and it just landed just over the bunker but then bounced back down in the bunker. I hit a good, spinning bunker shot maybe three feet just above the hole. I read my putt to go inside the left edge, I hit it right where I was trying to, and the ball broke left on me and spun out. That wasn't such a bad bogey.
But then No. 12, I hit driver and drove it right in the fairway bunker on the right side. Kind of hit a thin 9 iron over the green, pitched it to probably six or seven feet and didn't hit a very good putt there.
13, hit a good tee shot, I hit 6 iron in from like 188. Probably hit a good second shot but the wind kind of grabbed it and moved it a little bit to the left. Bounced just off the green and I think I caught a terrible lie there, one of my kind of poor breaks, actually. I really had to hit a hard chip shot going down the hill just to get through the lie. Ran it probably 12 feet past. I actually misread that putt. So my green read doesn't sound too good today, so I need Will Mackenzie to putt in front of me on every hole.
15, hit a great tee shot right down the middle. I was in between eight and 9 iron, and I decided to hit just a little soft 8. I flew it in there and had maybe six feet coming down the hole. Hit a great putt. Good read.
Then 16, the par 3, I hit a 5 iron. Kind of hit it a little bit heavy but I knew it was enough to carry the water. It landed just over the green and chased it back about six feet just beyond the hole, another good read and made that.
17, I hit a 3 wood off the tee. I had 123 in. I hit a sand wedge out to the right of the hole trying to catch the slope and spun it down in there about I was about two inches from LPGA's ball. He hit hit putt and had rolled off to the right and I made my putt.
19, great tee ball, carried the bunkers and the spotter said it hit like a cannon and took off racing down there, and I had 201 in.
Q. How far on 17?
JASON BOHN: Couldn't have been four and a half feet.
TODD BUDNICK: Thanks, Jason. Good luck tomorrow.
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