Q. You and JP had a pretty good sprint down the back stretch there, were you feeling a little man on man there?
ROBERT GAMEZ: I birdied 10 and 11, a good poor tee shot really. I felt like it was downwind enough. I could get home in two if I hit a good tee shot. A good L-wedge there, made birdie, then hit a good 8-iron about six feet from the hole on No. 11. We both -- he wasn't making anything. He actually -- I felt like he played a lot better than I did on that most of the day, hit a lot better shots than I did I felt like. He just wasn't making many putts. Then he started making his putts. I think it kind of spurred me on as well.
Q. You said -- you kind of gave the impression you rededicated yourself to the game. Was that behind the move to Orlando ? That had nothing to do with that --
ROBERT GAMEZ: I rededicated myself to the game after my car accident. Actually, before my accident is when I was really trying to work on my game working hard and doing some things and that's kind of where it started and then all the time I had to think about it when I was laid up, like I said, gave me a lot, I don't know, just made me appreciate it more and it just kind of worked out being in Orlando that Adrian (phonetic) out there, and I have been working on my game a little bit. He's trying to help me with my short game and really worked hard with me with the bellybutton putter. He's there to look at my swing. My swing teacher, Dick Hough (phonetic), he's out in Vegas. I haven't really seen him in a while, and they don't know each other, but their teachings are similar so it's really nice for me to have Adrian out there in Orlando to be able to watch my swing and watch the things that Dick has taught me for years. I have been working with Dick since I was 14 with my swing. I feel that's the part of my game that's the best of anything.
Q. What is your approach going into Sunday with the lead?
ROBERT GAMEZ: I have been playing very well on Sundays and there's a lot of confidence there. I don't know what my scores have been on Sunday, but I think pretty good over the last basically -- all the cuts I have made, I think I have played fairly well on Sunday, except greens, greens I shot 1-over. So that's one of the things that's going to give me a lot of confidence tomorrow. If I just go out keep playing well, hit the ball in the fairway and give myself birdie putts, I think I have got a good chance.
Q. JP started making putts, you fed off that you said. Do you like the prospects of a one-on-one --
ROBERT GAMEZ: Yeah, we have got a little bit of lead on the next guy, I think, and -- but I mean, I think depending on the weather, today we had the wind which kept the scores a little bit higher than normal, and, you know, if the weather is good tomorrow we're going to have to go out and shoot low scores. If the wind blows again we just have to kind of hang in like we did today. JP played a little better than I did early in the round but I seemed to hang in really well.
Q. Different mindset though, you play well on Sundays, but playing well on Sunday and knowing that if you play well on Sunday you are going to go home with that winner's check?
ROBERT GAMEZ: I am not even thinking about that. I am pretty happy with my game right now. I have got a lot of confidence. If I can just keep doing what I am doing I think I have a really good shot tomorrow. JP and I are going to be out there and we're both going to be shooting at birdies, and I think we're going to have to. The golf course is in great shape. The rain unfortunately softened it up a little bit, which makes it a little bit longer, but you can fly the ball right at the pin, it's going to stop. If we get good weather tomorrow it's going to be a shootout.
Q. How much will weather and nerves dictate tomorrow? Will one be more of a factor?
ROBERT GAMEZ: I am going to be nervous a little bit. Haven't been there since Greensboro. Before that it was a long time. I am just looking forward to it. I felt like I played very well in Greensboro on the weekend, yeah, I didn't -- things didn't work out the way I would have liked them to, but I played very well. I played -- I was nervous last week at the B.C. even though I wasn't you know, I was kind of out of it a little bit but I knew if I could shoot 8, 9-under on Sunday I would have a chance to win. Last week my nerves got me a little bit but I handled them well. That's what I am going to feed off of for tomorrow.
Q. Shoot 8, 9-under you think tomorrow?
ROBERT GAMEZ: That was last week I thought I needed to. But I don't know what it is going to take. Just depends on the weather. Like I said, I hope the wind blows. I feel like my ball-striking is good enough that you know, I can hit all the knockdown shots and things and keep the ball out of the wind that will help me down the stretch, and help me tomorrow. I hope we do get a little bit of wind tomorrow.
Q. Was it a totally different golf course between Thursday, Friday and today?
ROBERT GAMEZ: Yeah, especially compared to yesterday because we had nothing -- no wind yesterday at all. Maybe not even a half a club. Thursday we had a little bit in the afternoon, but with the wind early today -- we kind of got a break at the end of the day today starting at 15 wind kind of died down, it helped us at the end of the round. But it was a different golf course early.
ROBERT GAMEZ: I told him -- I said show me the way when he was getting ready to putt his because he was on a similar line as I was. I actually thought he was really close when he hit his shot in there then it really -- there were some collapse, but nothing crazy. Then when I hit, even though I have a lot of front here but when I hit it kind of went right in there, stopped. It was about five, six feet from the hole maybe even closer, I don't know.
Q. Will it help with the same pairing tomorrow?
ROBERT GAMEZ: Yeah, it will. JP is a good guy. He's kind of quiet overall and he has got his little things that he does, and he plays a little bit slower than I do, but hey, you know, it's probably going to be a slow day out there. Hopefully not. But we're going to go out and have a good time I am sure.
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