RICH BEEM: You know, it might be a little bit of fatigue. It's certainly been a long week. Even though we didn't play for two days, you still got to sit around. That's the one thing that people don't understand. Even though we don't play physically, we have to get ourselves up mentally to go play. You've got to be prepared at all times to get out there and play. As soon as the rules officials say, "We're ready to go," you got to go.
It does take a little bit out of you. On 18, I can't speak for those gentlemen, because I didn't see them in a shot. I know for me personally, it's a tough shot. I mean, you got to commit to it. Even though there's distance wise it's not that hard. You got all the huge grandstands in the background, you know what's riding on it. There's a lot of factors that go into it.
You know, it doesn't surprise me a couple of guys might have faltered coming down the stretch. You can also make eagle to zoom past somebody. Phil had an opportunity to make eagle on the last hole to win it outright. It's a great finishing hole. It will produce great finishes and it will produce train wrecks (laughter).
JOAN vT ALEXANDER: Thank you, Rich. Appreciate it.
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