FRED COUPLES: I had a good drive and a 9 iron about like that (indicating three feet) and made a putt.
It's a very hard hole. The other guys that I played with drove it into the hill and I don't know what they went in there with. But again, a longer hitter can get it on top. The wind was blowing, and, you know, as we were talking about, the whole back nine, that's a very key hole. They have planted a lot of trees. You have to step up and really hit a good drive and then judge your second shot.
Yesterday I hit a 9 iron into the green, today a 9 iron. So if you hit a good drive, it's not a difficult hole, unless you put it in the wrong spot.
JIM BLANCHARD: Freddie, we're going to let you go to supper. Thank you, and good luck tomorrow.
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