JIM FURYK: Well, I'm disappointed about the bogeys. 16 was an aggressive play. If you're stuck in between clubs there, you probably take the shorter club, play it out to the front right of the green, take a two putt, get out of there. I just happened to hit on a really good number and caught my iron shot a touch thin and from there had a very simple bunker shot that hit just over the fringe and kind of scooted on and got about five feet by, and I hit a bad putt. It was an aggressive play, one I felt like I shouldn't have made bogey there, but I did.
And 17, I hit my 5 iron, I hit a hard 5 iron out to the right, put it in the fat of the green, and from there you have a two putt. I think I had a very difficult two putt, but I wasn't able to get it down in two, and I won't be the only one today that makes 4 there.
Yeah, I'm disappointed. I felt like in my mind I should have played those holes better. It's kind of like an easy up and down that didn't happen and a three putt, but that's part of it. If those bogeys come at 4 and 13 today, you know, none of us would think twice about it. They just happened to come at 16 and 17. I think those three holes are three of the toughest holes we play all day.
What's difficult at that point is I'm kicking myself in the rear end walking off both those greens, and then I've got to step on the 18th hole and go play that one. At least I sucked it up and hit my best drive of the day. I killed a driver off 18 and shaped it well. I was in between 8 and 9 iron going into the green, and I really felt like I hit the 8 iron right at it and was going to have a good birdie putt. It just scooted by and I had a 20 footer.
Yeah, I'm disappointed, but the silver lining is when I needed to I hit some good shots at 18. If I would have walked off 18 with another bogey or missed a drive out in the right rough and made 5, then I probably wouldn't be in as good a mood as I am right now.
LAURY LIVSEY: Thanks for spending some time with us today.
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