J.J. HENRY: I don't know how to put this. I don't really I'm not trying to go out it tomorrow yeah, I want to win, but I want to just take it as it comes. Again, it's not like, you know, I mean, if I go out tomorrow and just play the way I'm capable of playing, I think, you know, odds are that it's probably going to be good enough. That's not to say somebody can't go out tomorrow and shoot what I did today; obviously what I did today, somebody is capable of shooting a 62 or a 63. You're playing against the best players in the world, but you know, I can't really think about or look at what other guys are doing.
Again, as Todd said, I'm playing with probably a good friend tomorrow. I'm just going to go out and try to enjoy what happened. I talk about if I do that, I think it will be good enough. I can't just sit here and tell you, well, what works and what doesn't work because I've never won, but at the same time, I've been out here long enough and talked to a lot of friends and a lot of players that have won numerous times out here. You don't really have to do anything crazy. You just have to go out and play your game and add it up at the end to give yourself a chance with three, four, five, nine holes to play. And hopefully tomorrow I'll be able to do that and I'll add it up at the end and enjoy what happens. If it's good enough, it's good enough.
I'm not going to go out and try to I'm not going to run four miles tonight, do crazy stuff to cry to get myself psyched up. I'm as competitive as anybody out here and I've played golf a long time. I've put in my time and I've paid my dues so, to speak. Whether it's this week or another week this year, hopefully sooner or later it will be good enough.
TODD BUDNICK: Thank you, J.J. Good luck tomorrow.
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