ROBERT GAMEZ: Bob Rotella has helped me a lot. After the Q-School in 2000, I went to him. I missed eight or ten putts inside of two feet and still won by a few shots. I went to see him and he's helped me a lot, just to get out of my own way, not think too much about my putting. He got me to not think about my stroke , just take the putter back because I used to watch the putter go back, especially on short putts. Now I just take the putter back and go. It's a little more severe than Davis does it, but it's really helped me keep it out of my own way.
Q. When did you move to Orlando and why was that?
ROBERT GAMEZ: I moved to Orlando last year. I needed a place to live and decided Orlando was a good place to go, something different. Easy traveling in and out, the airport is great -- inaudible -- Adrian helps me with my chipping and putting. I've had a lot of good chips this week and working pretty hard on it. My putting just speaks for itself and it's just that good right now.
Q. How long did you miss after the accident?
ROBERT GAMEZ: I stayed out two months and I probably should have stayed out the whole year. I thought I could play my way back into shape but it just was one of those freak things. - I was hitting 7-iron 130 yards when I used hit 170 and it's hard to play that way.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Let's go through your card quickly.
ROBERT GAMEZ: We both hit it close on the first hole and we both missed.
Next hole I hit a real good shot on the par 3 just past the hole, another downhill that was pretty straight so I just kind of let it drift into the hole.
The next hole, the third hole I hit it just -- I hit a straight drive, just chipped it into the first cut of the rough and I just punched a wedge up there and it ran up to the front edge, and about a 20-footer after that.
Bogey on 6. I hit a drive that I thought was going to keep cutting and it was just dead straight up the left side and kind of a poor lie, right in the front left of the green and couldn't get it up-and-down. I hit a chip that just released on me too much and just had a downhill putt again, just a downhill tricky one that I hit and dove off at the end to the right.
7, I hit a good drive -- I'm striking it so solid so the wind is not affecting it. It went through the wind into the first cut of the rough by the bunker hit a 4-wood just over the green on the left. Hit a chip that just surprised me and jumped a little bit on me and went by about 15, 20 feet and missed it for birdie.
Then 9, I went over my swing and I think a big gust of wind came down behind me and it flew over the bunker on the right and ended up by the concession stands down there. I got a free drop at a base of this tree in a blind animal hole, and one of those holes that took me 4 to get on and one putted for 5.
13, just one of those bad swings. I haven't made too many bad ones in week and that was one of them and I missed the green left. Where that pin was today, you just could not hit the left. I 2-putted from the fringe.
15, I hit a good drive, just bombed it down there and had 229 to the front and hit a 4-wood on the back fringe and 2-putted.
ROBERT GAMEZ: I think that's one thing that got many in my way this year. I think I've gotten a little too aggressive because I want it so badly. I know I'm good enough to win, just a matter of wanting it to happen and I've just gotten a little too aggressive. Obviously, it would mean a lot. It's been a while since I won a tournament. '94 in Japan was my last win. So I'm really looking forward to tomorrow. As I said, I love this golf course. It's a course that they are not going to run away tomorrow, so that's the good thing and that's what I like.
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