BEN CURTIS: I think Sunday night was a little more difficult. Sunday we didn't tee off until 3:00 or 4:00 in the afternoon, and then Sunday night, my last shot went in the water, and even though I had a seven or eight shot lead, it still wasn't a good feeling to have at the end of the day.
Yeah, it was frustrating. You know you're playing well, you just want to get out there and play because I was hitting it really well, I was putting good, and you always think, well, the more we sit around, the more the timing could disappear.
But I just continued it and I didn't really worry about what everybody else was doing, just focusing on what I needed to do to win. I think that was the biggest thing, just going out there and playing my game, and if someone shot 62 or 63 on the last day to catch me, I was trying not to worry about that.
Q. Did you talk to Danny Sahl after the Ohio Open?
BEN CURTIS: No. I saw he won. That was good.
CHRIS REIMER: Thank you, Ben.
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