DAN QUINN: We just hold our breath he drove it good today, took advantage of it early and came back to bite him a little bit at the end. Hit a good one on 18, unfortunate to be in the bunker there. That ball fell left.
RICK RHODEN: That's the first ball I've ever seen in that bunker.
DAN QUINN: You could have had a wedge in easy.
RICK RHODEN: Long is always good.
DAN QUINN: I thought Billy Joe putted good.
RICK RHODEN: He did.
BILLY JOE TOLLIVER: Yeah, I putted well for last two days actually all week long, I've putted really well. The greens are in great shape. I putt well from five feet, six feet and in. Outside of that, I just don't think the focus is there. I just line it up, well, it's about right here, and at some point you've got to realize, well, you're good enough with your stroke to putt it where you want it. I just line it up in a general area and hit it. I just can't see from 25, 30 feet splitting the right lip. I'm not that good, so I put it in the general area. But from six feet I feel like, yeah, if I want to split the right lip, I can split the right lip.
And I've got the right mixture of booze, I've figured out the proper mixture of Grey Goose and tonic and beers, so that's important.
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