MATHIAS GRONBERG: That's a point. You're supposed to think you're supposed to try and make every putt on every green. I was probably trying to make it, but at the same time it wasn't a hard putt to two putt. It wasn't like I was standing over it and thinking, "Oh, this is going to be hard to two putt," like on 13, the par 5, where I was off the green and I had 108 feet to the pin. That's where you're thinking, "Okay, this is going to be a hard putt to just two putt."
I was standing over it, quite confident on the green on 10, and I was really just trying to keep the momentum going my way, with making such a long putt on 9, I thought, "Hey, if I made it on 9 I could make it again on 10."
I'm just trying to I said yesterday, with the books that I've been reading lately, I'm just trying to be in a good positive mental shape kind of and thinking the right way. It's hard to do that, but it's easier when you play good golf shots and make some putts, too.
TODD BUDNICK: Good luck this weekend.
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