JOHN DALY: Yeah, I think on the third hole I hit driver, 6 iron to about 20 feet and 2 putted there.
And then 6, I hit driver, a little cut 3 wood just on the back, chipped up to about three inches.
And then 8, I chipped in, which helps a lot.
11, I almost holed it, I was about two inches from the hole. That was a driver, L wedge on 11. It almost went in the hole.
13, that was the only putt I made all week outside of six feet, except 18, the second putt, I made about a 15 footer there.
Then 14, I hit a beautiful 4 iron to about fourth inches.
15, I chipped up to about two feet.
17, I chipped up to about two feet.
It's just one of those rounds that you dream of, you know, that you don't I can't really say, couldn't have been any worse and I don't think it could have been any better. This is one of my better ball striking rounds I've had in a long time.
Q. With all of the weather problems they have had in the States this year, have you played 36 in one day before or have you had a similar sort of trudge around the golf course?
JOHN DALY: We had a lot on the West Coast at the beginning of the year. It seemed like every week it was either a hurricane or, you know, just fog or tons of rain or whatever. It was a brutal West Coast for golf, and we're kind of used to it. So hopefully, you know, tomorrow we get it all in.
RODDY WILLIAMS: Thanks very much and good luck tomorrow.
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