Q. Do you feel like your career has turned around now or is this just a step in the right direction?
ROBERT GAMEZ: It's just a step. I have got a ways to go still. I am still making a couple of mental mistakes out there. But my short game has to get a little bit better, my chipping and my putting is really good. I still have to get a little bit better with that. I missed a short putt on 13 today that I just made a bad stroke, and you know, those are the things I have to get out of my game. And once I get those out, worked out I will be back where I should be.
Q. What do you think on that last putt, looked like it meant a lot to you to make it? What did you think before you need the money, the place, what do you need?
ROBERT GAMEZ: It was one of those things I wasn't thinking anything like that really. I was thinking just make a solid stroke and I have worked really hard on my putting over the last -- since started working with the belly putter, and it just -- I mean, I wanted to make it just for that, and you know, obviously I mean, I don't know how much it meant but to finish second alone was big after starting the day tied for the lead.
TODD BUDNICK: Congratulations, Robert getting your card back for next year, good luck the rest of the year. Thank you.
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