ZACH JOHNSON: Yeah, you know, I had to make a choice at the end of last year, the end of 2005, what to do the early part of this year. And I had some minor health issues the last third of the year, probably, with my back. And just, you know, things that golfers probably go through in general. And I wasn't happy with the way my fundamentals were. I played up to the first part of December and I took three or four weeks off and then I started playing practicing in the end of December, early January. I didn't play an event until San Diego, which was our fourth event, third or fourth event, and that helped. That really, really helped.
But in answering your question, yeah, I was never locked. And I just figured if I had in making that choice of not playing early, I felt I could better my chances in the World Ranking in those three events prior to this week. I missed one cut in Phoenix, actually played pretty good, I just didn't score. I played all right last week in LA and played decent in San Diego for two rounds. So shaking the rust off, you know, things kind of took care of themselves.
If I would have made it, I would have made it. I'm not going to second guess it after I make my decision. But I thought it was one that was best for me, for the remainder of the year in general. I can't worry about just one event.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Zach, thanks.
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