JAY DELSING: I birdied No. 2, the par 3, 8-iron to about four or five feet.
Birdied No. 4, with a driver off the tee, and an 8-iron to about 15 or 20 feet, made a nice downhill putt there.
I birdied 8 with a 3-wood off the tee and 60-degree wedge to about a foot.
Birdied 9 with a driver and 7-iron to about, I don't know, maybe five or six feet and made that.
I'll tell you what's amazing is, when I come out here and I look at this front nine and I look at some of the length of these holes and then I go out and play No. 9, driver 7-iron, and you sit there and go 491 yard hole, that's ridiculous. Heck, we need that. It's amazing because I'm certainly not the longest guy out there. It's conceivable those guys can hit 9-iron and wedges into that thing. The conditions are conducive to that, too. As it gets warm, this ball pops and the driver -- I mean, we look back at No. 11 today, I don't know how long the hole is, but the whole group was going to hit little bitty wedges in there. We couldn't believe it. I mean, it's a nice turn. You've got to turn the ball 15 yards. The golfer today is fantastic. They are really very good.
I birdied No. 10, driver, 5-wood to the very back of the green. I don't know how long the putt was, but it was long, probably 60 feet. I putted up to a foot or so.
I made a nice save on 13. It was really the worst iron shot I made. I hit it left of the green, and up over a ridge and actually used my putter to pitch and run it through that grass to three or four feet and made a nice little putt there.
15, driver, 3-wood, just on the right fringe, I don't know, probably a 35, 40, maybe a 50-footer. I putted down to about 3 and a half, four feet and made that.
The only bogey I made was 16. That's kind of the game. I hit a great drive, took a right-hand bounce, went into the trap. Hit a very good second shot that just didn't carry the bunker and buried. Hit a great bunker shot to about 15 feet and almost made the putt.
In terms of going around, like for example on No. 9, I hit my 7-iron thin and it goes six feet from the hole. I hit my 8-iron beautifully out of the bunker and it buries in the trap. I hit two good shots, nice putts on 17 and 18 for birdie, as well. 8 or 9-footer on 17, and probably a 15 footer on 18. I had a lot of chances.
CHRIS REIMER: Thanks for joining us.
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