Q. You talked yesterday about you're starting to look at retirement. How does that look now? Are you going to play another few years?
ESTEBAN TOLEDO: Until I win. My wife don't like it. I just want to play another two or three years. And I just want to spend time with my family. I know it's a tough decision to make, but I've just got to take care of my family, and I don't think I'm ready yet.
Q. Are you going to keep going until you win?
ESTEBAN TOLEDO: I'm going to keep going until I win.
Q. Any family members that are going to follow in your footsteps?
ESTEBAN TOLEDO: No, not really. My brothers they play, but they are not in the level. There's some in Mexico, and they are good players, but I think they need to get out of the -- like we say in Mexico, we have to get out of the case to play better all around the world. There are a lot of players in Mexico that play better than me. But in my family, no, I'm just the lucky one, I guess.
Q. What happened on 18?
ESTEBAN TOLEDO: When I was coming down, the people started screaming and yelling right in my back and I sliced it up on the right side of the bunker. I had no shot whatsoever. I had a big tree in front of it. I had a bad break with the hit and it was turning left and it bounced to the right and I had no shot whatsoever. And then my third shot, the ground was really really hard, and it was down like in a hole so I couldn't get the 56 wedge and run it. I thought I could get it with a 60 low shot and it didn't work. Again, it was a little bit tough coming in, the last two, three holes.
Q. It's refreshing to hear about someone talk about family. Do you think that's one of the things wrong with sports today. Some of these athletes -- I know you can't speak for everybody, but some of these athletes don't put their families first and that's why there is so much divorce and all that?
ESTEBAN TOLEDO: Well, I think everybody knows here that the wife is first and the children are second, and golf is just a game. If you put anything against the family, you will never get it. If my wife tells me to go, I go, but if she tells me not to go, I'm not going to do it. Family is more important.
Q. You had three straight bogeys, I think. Was there any carry over after the first one to the next two, 14, 15 ?
ESTEBAN TOLEDO: No. I bogeyed those three and then bogeyed 18, and that was it. 3-putted on 15. The greens were really hard and spiky, so it was very difficult to get a good break. There were a lot of spikes around and the greens were very very fast and very hard. I never got speed.
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