CAMILO VILLEGAS: Let me see. I don't remember them. Too many.
Bogey on 1. Man, awful tee shot. Actually I had a chance to make par there. I had about a seven footer, but I hit it bad.
Came back with birdie on 2. Made a nice putt.
Then I went to 4, the par 5. Hit a great chip from behind the green, made a good putt.
5, I hit it tight there. Hit it about five feet, rolled it in.
Actually made a great putt on 6. Hit the wrong club all the way back in the bunker, got it on the green and made a good putt.
Then we go to 11. Wow, 11. Hit a bad tee shot, wrong club. Then I hit a bad second shot. I had about 30 to the hole. I chipped it in, so not too bad.
12th hole, rolled a really nice putt. Rolled about a 15 , 20 footer kind of turning left.
Then on 15, that might be the longest putt I ever made. I don't know how long that was, but it was pretty long.
Then on 17, I hit over the green. I was kind of not in a good spot there. Made a really stupid putt on that hole yesterday. Now I just wanted to make birdie somehow. I told my caddie, You know what, let's just get it on the green and go out with a par. We're not in a good spot. I happened to get it on the green and rolled in another nice putt. Take that one.
Time to go practice.
TODD BUDNICK: Thank you, Camilo.
CAMILO VILLEGAS: Thank you.
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