Q. Any of you guys talking about getting together to try to get Rick get onto that Champions Tour?
JACK WAGNER: I hope he gets on it, not because of this tour. I think he's a good player. He probably would bring something to that tour in terms of a good story, a former pitcher playing on that tour.
Rick, as he said, he needs to be a better putter. He could have shot nothing today. He just did what he had to do to win, because I certainly wasn't putting anything up. But if he gets to be a better putter consistently -- that's why PGA TOUR pros are out there consistently, they are putting 28 putts a round, and if they hit it good on this golf course, they would shoot nothing out here, zero.
Q. How far did you have in on 18, because you killed the drive.
JACK WAGNER: I hit my 9-iron fat. I probably should have hit a hard wedge. I don't know, I probably had 154 in I think. So I probably hit it, what, 360 off the tee or something, I don't know. I nutted it because I knew if I could get off, if I could get off here; and I did I hit a good drive and I hit a 9-iron 12 feet and didn't make it.
Q. 12 feet was that putt?
JACK WAGNER: Probably. Glad I hit it fat.
Q. What are you doing professionally?
JACK WAGNER: The Bold and the Beautiful, CBS. You mean to tell me you're not setting your tape recorder every day?
Q. Do you miss Melrose?
JACK WAGNER: I do miss Melrose.
Q. Are you going to be doing any singing?
JACK WAGNER: I am going to start recording again. I'm going to be doing an album coming up next year. It's for the 50-and-over crowd.
Q. What were your putts on 16?
JACK WAGNER: I had about 40 feet and I left it about six feet short. No excuse, but that hole is really bad around the cup. There's spike marks, you just don't know where it's going to go, and I thought I hit a decent putt and just squirreled off to the left. That's just the way it goes.
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