Q. Will you watch the scoreboard tomorrow or?
MARK CALCAVECCHIA: I definitely look at it. I like to know what is going on. Sometimes you forget about it you go three, four, five holes and not really think about it. All of a sudden you will just look up you will see a scoreboard. Doesn't bother me in the least. Especially being in the last group obviously we would know exactly what is going on what we have to do on the last hole or two, and if somebody, Jay Haas or somebody two, three, 4 shots back is going nuts then obviously it is kind of a wake-up call to say hey, we got to step on it right now and just be super aggressive and try to make birdies.
Q. So it does influence you?
MARK CALCAVECCHIA: It does definitely influence the way you play. For some reason everybody in the last five group shot even par on the front nine, well then it might -- influence you the other way, well nobody is going anywhere, don't do anything stupid type thing. So I like to know whether I don't need to do anything stupid or whether I need to need to try to do something stupid.
(Laughter). I don't know if that makes sense.
Q. You have been hanging around Fred too long.
MARK CALCAVECCHIA: Yeah, exactly (laughs).
TODD BUDNICK: What is the keyed to your day tomorrow?
MARK CALCAVECCHIA: My goal is to hit 10 fairways tomorrow and that's my whole goal/key. If I do that, and don't win, then I either hit my irons bad or putted bad. But I don't think that will happen. If I can hit a lot of fairways tomorrow I am going to hit some irons close to the hole and make some birdies and I think have a good day.
Q. When you pick up three shots on one hole any temptation to go conservative to change your approach?
MARK CALCAVECCHIA: No. Especially not on a Saturday. When Fred doubled 7 and I made birdie, I really didn't think anything of it. You know he's going to make some birdies. He's playing the best I have seen him play in a long time actually and we played a lot together and he is hitting a lot of good shots. So I knew he was going to three -- I wasn't worried about him not having a good day at that point I was just happy I birdied the hole and was trying to figure out how to get the ball on the fairway. I am not going to be paying a whole lot of attention what he's doing tomorrow, but you know, just worry about my own game and hopefully get off to a good start and just kind of seed how the day unfolds and whether -- if I am having a good day whether it is Fred or Stuart or whoever is behind me, you know, then I will kind of evaluate the situation from there and see if I can get it into the house. I am going to the range to hit my driver. I can hit the range. I haven't missed the range this week (laughter).
End of FastScripts....