Q. You've had so much success at all levels. It's sort of been expected of you, have you had any second thoughts about this TOUR or since the PGA or do you think it has to happen eventually?
CHAD CAMPBELL: Yeah. I feel like I'm doing the right things to win. It's just a matter of getting yourself in that situation more and more times and feeling comfortable and being able to pull it off.
Q. Would you say your bread and butter is your iron play? Is that kind of what has made you a great player?
CHAD CAMPBELL: I would say so. Definitely. I think that more times than not I am going to hit the ball reasonably well and sometimes struggle with the putter.
Q. Going through the last pairing on the last day at the PGA and everybody talks about what you bring away from this. What can you apply from that in terms of the pressure and the peripheral in terms of staying focused, I guess what did you learn?
CHAD CAMPBELL: I think the main thing is just knowing that I can hit the shots under the pressure. I know that during that tournament I felt the way I felt on the back nine, I wasn't nervous, I was just excited about being in the situation and hitting the shots when I needed to. That's a great feeling. And that's pretty much why you play the game.
Q. With the way that you felt, like you sort of struggled with your putter the first two days here, was there anything that you keyed on differently today? Anything different in your approach?
CHAD CAMPBELL: Really, no. I came out last night and worked on it for 30 minutes or so. But other than changing anything, no, not really.
Q. You were telling me that you were disappointed you didn't win the PGA, but with this, this is not a Major, but would winning The TOUR Championship would that be almost as good or would that be maybe a kind of a soothing balm to end your year, winning The TOUR Championship like this?
CHAD CAMPBELL: I think so. I just want to win. Wherever it is, whenever it is, it doesn't matter. I want to get my first win. That's my whole goal this year and this is the last tournament of the year. It would definitely be a great win in Texas at this course, with this type of field. That would be great. But I just want to win. I just want one win right now.
Q. If you get a free dessert for finishing second at the PGA, what would you get for winning here?
CHAD CAMPBELL: I don't know.
Q. Go back to the same restaurant and see?
CHAD CAMPBELL: Yeah.
Q. Do you hold any course records somewhere else?
CHAD CAMPBELL: No, not in Vegas. My hometown, I think I got the course record there. I'm not for sure. I think it's 61 as well.
TODD BUDNICK: Let's go through all those birdies today. Number 1.
CHAD CAMPBELL: Number 1, hit driver, 4-iron to 10 feet.
4, par-3, 2-iron to about 25 feet. That was a great putt. That was one of the longer ones that I didn't talk about earlier.
5, driver, 2-iron to the back bunker. Hit it out to about 6 feet.
The eagle on No. 9, I hit driver, 5-iron to 15, 16 feet. Made that.
10, I hit driver, 7-iron just short right of the green. Pretty easy chip and was able to chip it in.
Q. How far?
CHAD CAMPBELL: 20 feet. Somewhere in there. A little over 20 feet.
11, driver, 6-iron to about 12 feet. Made that.
12, 2-iron to 75 feet. Somebody said that.
13, driver, 9-iron, sand wedge, to about 6 feet.
15, driver, wedge to 12 feet.
16, 6-iron. How far was that putt? It was probably 12 feet -- 8, 10 feet. Somewhere in there.
Q. What did you have left for the last two holes?
CHAD CAMPBELL: Yeah, definitely makeable on 17. 17 was about -- I give it 12 feet again. 15 feet. Then 18 is kind of a -- 18 really wasn't even a pin you could even shoot at. So I probably had 30 feet there. Hit a good putt and it just broke off at the end.
TODD BUDNICK: Okay. Thank you, Chad.
CHAD CAMPBELL: Hey yeah, thank you, guys.
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