JIM FURYK: We both missed our putts on 13. We both hit good wedge shots. I had about an 8 to 10 footer, about 8 feet downhill. I was thinking pretty much right edge, my caddie thought right edge. I swear I hit it right edge and even a touch, I hit it two feet by. It wasn't moving easy and I burned the left edge, it broke a little bit more than we thought. And Aaron had a putt right there a little inside, probably a 6 footer that I think he thought he had a good putt and he lipped it out on the right side. The morale of that story, not all good putts go in, because we both made good strokes.
I birdied 2, driver, 3 iron over the green, hit a pitch shot to about a foot and a half.
Bogeyed 4, I got an iron shot, the wind was in to the left, got an iron shot into the wind and definitely a hole you want to play right of the pin, I hit it over the top of the pin, maybe a touch left, it skipped over the green and down, against the railroad tie. So I was in the hazard, took a drop, pitched it up to four feet and made a bogey.
Birdied 5, I hit a 3 wood, one of my poorer swings today, out to the right, kind of short and hit the lip with a 6 iron. Hit a sand wedge about six feet and made that for birdie.
Birdied 10 with a driver, I believe an 8 iron and I made a long putt there, I made about a 35 footer for birdie. It was downgrain putt that you knew would be smooth and get to the hole.
No. 12 was a bogey. I hit a poor drive there to the left. I hit a tree it was almost an identical line I hit the ball yesterday, and I ended up making birdie off that drive. This one hit a tree and dropped down and left me a 3 iron into the green instead of a 7 or 8 iron. I hit the 3 iron in the front bunker, left myself a relatively benign bunker shot that I hit to about four or five feet. And that was probably my only bad stroke on the backside. I pushed the putt and missed it on the right side.
17, made bogey there. We talked about that one.
TODD BUDNICK: Thank you very much.
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