RICHIE RAMSAY: I think, you know, sometimes when you're playing golf, if you get a bad break, you think, you know, oh, no, I got a bad break, but you think you'll get a good one.
The whole day, I had hit some good putts and they hadn't gone in. I was speaking to the guys before, and they were saying, you know, spoke to Paul Lawrie about a few things, and he's from Aberdeen as well I caddied for him once. I remember he hit three great putts and he missed them, and I said, "What are you thinking after that?"
And he just said to me "that I'm putting well, one of them is going to drop, it's going to drop sooner or later. If I keep doing this, I'm owed some putts." So on the last few holes, I was thinking, I haven't holed anything today. I'm owed a few putts. So I was stroking the ball good and I just managed to hole that putt on 12. And in a way, I think it evened itself out. But, you know, it could have gone either way at the end.
Q. Will he be on your bag tomorrow?
RICHIE RAMSAY: Yeah, he will be, definitely.
Q. Do you think he'll touch anything?
RICHIE RAMSAY: No, he won't touch anything. (Laughter)
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