ALLEN DOYLE: Well, it was at home. You know, I mean, I never maybe it was subconscious because it took me back a little, because again, she's seen me and she caddied for me in 2001. No one has ever heard me say that I can beat anybody or that I'm better than anybody or I can do this or I can do that, but not too many guys could beat me in 2001 out here. So she's seen me.
So in a way I think when you mention it, I was a little taken aback, and maybe subconsciously I felt that because I have actually probably any number of guys would say the same thing, that I've played better this year than I've scored because I've played with guys that I'll get through playing and they'll beat me by a shot and they've hit it all over the place, hit trees and everything, and I'm knocking it down the middle and not making enough putts. But it took me back maybe a little, but again, just that single thing probably couldn't do it because you have to keep everything in focus, and fortunately I did that this week.
RAND JERRIS: Allen, congratulations and thanks for your time.
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