JOHN DALY: I think it would be good. Being a long hitter can be an advantage for some of our maybe shorter hitters in the Ryder Cup, taking alternate shot, for example which I think has been our weakness in the Ryder Cup in the past. And I think that's where I would be very, very strong for the team. Because you want to, I think, pair up a longer hitter and a shorter hitter on the alternate shot. Seems like that's where we really struggle and I think I would help the team there. It would be great if I could just hopefully get in.
2, hit driver in the left trees, chipped out with an 8 iron just on the fringe and made a 10 footer.
3, hit a 5 iron to about 12 feet and made it.
4, hit driver, L wedge to about eight feet and made it.
5, hit driver, wedge 3 putted from 50 feet.
7, hit driver, laid up, hit an L wedge to about five feet and made it.
9, hit driver, driver wedge to about 12 feet and made it.
10, hit driver, L wedge to about five feet and made it.
Then 18, hit driver, a little 8 iron in there to about five feet and made it.
JOE CHEMYCZ: John, we appreciate your time. Play well tomorrow.
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