RICK RHODEN: I think it's great. There's people all over the golf course. It's got to be the most people we've ever had here, I know it is.
You know, we've got a lot of guys that are capable of playing good. You know, you look up on the board, sometimes I don't know how good the board is, but like Billy Joe had 15 after nine, I think. You try not to watch it, but the good thing about this course is that you always know if you're close in the hunt, when you come down to 16 and 18, if you hit good drives, you've got a shot for something good to happen.
Today I birdied 18. I think I bogeyed 16 from the middle of the fairway. But that opportunity is there to make up points, whether you do or not, but you know it's there. You could be playing a mediocre round, a lot of pars and all of a sudden go birdie, birdie and at the end you've got six points and you're 20-somewhere.
It's going to take 70 points, I'm pretty sure, in the low 70s to win, unless somebody goes crazy. I think that's probably what it will take.
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