Q. Billy, are you surprised how soft the greens are given the fact it hasn't rained much around here?
BILLY ANDRADE: You know, they are definitely on the soft side. Usually when we come to Texas you usually know the ball is going to be running and playing fast, so obviously they had some amount of rain the last few weeks. Maybe they are just soaking them, I guess. I was real shocked on the last hole. I hit a pretty good shot in there and it sucked back 25 feet. I could have been in there ten feet. So I was a little shocked at that last hole being soft. You get what you get. You go out there, if they are soft you got to attack. If they are firm, you got to watch out. I'm just happy to be here and playing. So I don't really care if they are hard, soft, quick or dry or whatever. I'm excited about my position and excited about playing here.
Q. You mentioned your change in schedule, with Wachovia and the schedule change in the year, how much did you change? A lot of players, there are some players who aren't playing here, obviously Wachovia made a big difference, how did it affect you?
BILLY ANDRADE: Well, with me, this was years ago, it just seemed like it was the schedule that the TOUR came out with that was Houston, Atlanta, Dallas and Ft. Worth were all kind of in that mix. I live in Atlanta, the week before was Houston, and the week after was Dallas, so it gave me three weeks at home. Not playing Houston, play Atlanta, stay at home and skip Dallas, and I did that for a lot of years. I started coming back here, I think, two or three years ago. Because the schedule is different now than it was. Atlanta has changed, it's the week before The Masters.
I started coming here and enjoying it. I think everybody's schedule changes depending on how, you know, how it's formatted and guys go places that they know they are going to play well.
If you don't like a place, don't go, you know. Everybody complains about Bay Hill, don't go. If the greens are too hard, don't go.
TODD BUDNICK: Thank you, Billy.
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