ZACH JOHNSON: 2, I had a good drive, and then hit 4 iron to about three and a half, four feet. I anticipated a slight draw, and it stayed dead straight right to the hole and almost went in. I don't want to say it was a mistake, but it certainly paid off. I was lucky.
6, I hit a good drive and I had mud on right side of my ball, and took my ball 45 feet left of the hole. But I couldn't aim right of the hole, because there was junk right of the hole, the pin is tucked right. And I 3 putted from probably 45 feet. I hit a bad first putt. Hit a good second putt.
9, I hit a good 3 wood there and a good wedge to about 12, 13 feet and made a good putt. That was a tough putt. It broke a good foot, foot and a half.
10 I made bogey, hit a pretty poor drive and pretty average 2 iron as a result and flubbed my sand shot. I had one foot in, one foot out of the sand trap, I think and then got up and down for a bogey, so I actually made a decent bogey.
14, I hit a 2 iron and then a lob wedge, it landed way beyond the hole and spun back to probably, oh, I'd say 8 to 10 feet and made that.
And then 15 I hit a good drive and was in a divot, actually, and hit a cut 3 wood out of the divot to about 8 feet for eagle, left it short.
JOAN vT ALEXANDER: Thanks, Zach, for joining us.
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