Q. On the 10th --
BILLY ANDRADE: I was way right. I was over in the middle of the 18th tee area. If you just walk down the tee and you hopped over that little hazard, that's where my ball ended up. It was a pretty bad break. The ball was to the left side of it. It was drawing -- here are the trees and here is the green. It was drawing where it was not going to hit the green. It was going to miss the green on the right. But if it didn't hit the trees, it would have been a fairly easy up and down. Or I would have definitely made 5. But I mean, it hit the tree and it kicked, you know, 40 yards right which I couldn't believe, you know, from the angle, the way it was coming in. You know I just caught a bad break at the wrong time there, but you know that's golf. I should have been over in that fairway trying that shot.
Q. Billy you mentioned Dan Forsman, can you imagine what it would be like to go 10 years without winning and still being out here and try to competed?
BILLY ANDRADE: I went 7 and that was pretty long enough for me. That's what is really neat, a guy that, you know, you -- is he mid-40s.
TODD BUDNICK: 44.
BILLY ANDRADE: 44 years old and competing against these kids coming out of the college and come out here and win this tournament, that's pretty neat stuff. Like I said, he is a class act, a great guy, a good friend and I'm really happy for him, you know. There is nothing like winning.
Q. Had he entered your mind as you were looking around, sort of protecting your lead against --
BILLY ANDRADE: He didn't enter my mind until the 17th green when I looked over and saw I was tied with Allenby at 13, and he was 12 with John Huston, maybe. I don't know. So I knew he had 18 to play, and I knew if I could birdie 17 that, you know, I figured if I birdied 17 and -- pardon 18 I probably would win. I thought 14 would win. You know. He did the amazing. One better.
Q. Billy would you be disappointed if this tournament never came back to this venue?
BILLY ANDRADE: I Would be disappointed. I'm disappointed we're not coming back. I love it here. I think the crowds were great. I think everybody was into it here.
BILLY ANDRADE: That would be disappoint to me. I got family in this area, so you know I like it here. This is a lot like home to me. I think it's -- I don't know, I just think it's important to stay in near cities instead of going in the middle of nowhere, you know. I don't know what is going on with this tournament, but there is a lot of speculation of all of these different things.
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