Q. What happened at Bay Hill?
CHAD CAMPBELL: What happened?
CHAD CAMPBELL: I shot 80 on Sunday.
Q. Were you nervous? Why did you shoot 80, do you think?
CHAD CAMPBELL: I wasn't really that nervous, actually. I was nervous in the third round and I played really well in the third round. The last round I got a couple of bad breaks early, and I kind of got down on myself, and hitting bad shots. Just kind of one of those days. I try to forget about it.
Q. Can you forget about it going out tomorrow? You'll probably be chasing two guys that have won out here before.
CHAD CAMPBELL: Definitely, I know it's not going to be easy tomorrow, but I'm going to go out and play as hard as I can and hopefully I'll play well and see where it puts me.
Q. Are you familiar with the success that first-time players have you had here in the past?
CHAD CAMPBELL: Actually, I'm not.
Q. There are a lot of first time winners here.
CHAD CAMPBELL: That's good. I've got something going for me.
Q. The Jaycees this afternoon announced to raise the purse to $4.5 million in 2003. Will that have any impact on the quality of the field in the future?
CHAD CAMPBELL: You know, I really don't know. I don't know. Some of the guys, the time of year that it falls was kind of why they would take this week off. I'm just playing everything I can right now. I need to be playing. I need to make some money. I really don't know how it will affect all the other players. It's hard for me to speak for them.
Q. So what did you as a Campbell think about playing with a guy named Heintz?
CHAD CAMPBELL: Actually, I didn't even think of that. We've played together quite a few times before. He played on the Hooters Tour with me for a few years, and last year he was on the Buy.Com, and we got paired together a few time. We're actually pretty good friends. So it was pretty relaxing to be able to play with him.
Q. What would you do to have a mind set that you want to win tomorrow rather than not messing up?
CHAD CAMPBELL: Like I say, just go out there and try to hit fairways and play my own game and not worry about what everybody else is doing, because I have no control over that. Just try to make birdies and give myself a lot of opportunities and hopefully the putts will fall.
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