Q. Talk about if you really thought the match would go more than 12 holes, and what the momentum was if you felt the momentum was changing at that point and what that putt meant for your career?
FRED COUPLES: On the 18th, well, career wise it doesn't mean anything. Team wise it was awesome.
You know, something in my mind last night, we sat around and I think Jack asked if anyone wanted to play anyone, and I feel like I was the only one who said I'd like to play Vijay. And I just felt like in my mind that if I was going to beat anyone and it was going to be probably their best player, and I had enough of Goose in the first two matches, so I selected Vijay and that's pretty much how that worked.
TIGER WOODS: Thanks. (Laughter.)
FRED COUPLES: So I gave Goosen to Tiger. And to be honest, I thought, you know, if I could play with him and handle him, you know, that I would be doing the same, several guys would be excited about that, and it happened that way and then the putt on the 18th, was thrilling. It was energetic, and if I could throw one word out there, it was karma. That's coming out of my own mind, but that's a pretty good comment.
So I thoroughly enjoyed the whole week, but that was really topping it. At that time I thought we needed one more point and it was going to be Davis's, by what everyone was telling me, and then of course that was not true, so it became really exciting and then watching Phil play 17 and 18 and catching Chris win 17 and 18 was really a lot of fun.
TODD BUDNICK: Thank you, guys. Congratulations.
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