BILLY ANDRADE: You're in the last group. I don't care what it is. You're in the last group. People don't leave. Everyone left. There was five people in the grandstand on the 12th hole. I made a birdie there. I thanked them for staying. They were like they were too drunk to move. That's why they were there.
But it was such a weird feeling. The guy I was playing with was slow. We were a little behind which made it worse. It was just not what I expected that day.
So what did I take out of it? I took out of it the fact that I feel like I'm playing well enough to win. The fact that in certain situations out here it might be five or six shots a round you have to hit the shot. I just caught it a little thin with the 6 iron.
I still thought it was plenty. It didn't get up there. I walk away with a quad. You can't do that in a major championship and contend, or any tournament for that matter. Out here you do that, if you do it Thursday or Friday, see you later.
JOAN vT ALEXANDER: Thank you.
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