BEN CURTIS: Just hit it in the fairway bunker and laid up to a nice wedge, 110 yards or so and hit it up there about 15 feet and made that for birdie.
6, I kind of hit it in the right rough and ended up to about 130 yards away, hit 9 iron in there to about five feet and made that.
9, I hit a 4 iron in there to about six, seven, eight feet somewhere in that range and made that.
13, shanked a 2 iron off the tee pretty much, stuck a 6 iron and made that.
14, I missed the green just short left in the rough and I had a difficult lie and just kind of nubbed it on the green. 2 putted about 30 feet.
17, I hit a 5 iron in there to just behind the hole about 15 feet or so down the hill and made that.
Then 18, I hit a 6 iron in there to about, I'd say, ten feet.
Q. You put a lot of distance on the field birdieing the last two holes; would you agree?
BEN CURTIS: You'd like to think so. I played here when I've had to hit 2 iron into 18 in the rain and stuff. You know today it was probably playing about as easy as it could. The greens are soft and receptive, so and I had good yardages on both holes and was able to step up there and hit it right at it.
JOE CHEMYCZ: Ben, thank you.
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