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March 23, 2008

Jim Furyk


Q. Obviously a long day, but a good day for you; you worked yourself into contention here.
JIM FURYK: Yeah, I had a good day yesterday, and I came back this morning, finished up the round with two more birdies, got myself in the hunt, and then had a couple early slips today. I had a bad bogey at 2, wrong club, knocked it over the green, and three-putt on 3 and I was pretty disappointed with myself.
It looked like it was going to rain, and I turned around and birdied 5, 6, 7 and 8, so got myself back in the hunt and left one hanging on the edge on 9 and just missed about a six-, seven-, eight-footer on 10 for birdie.
But I'm playing pretty good. I'm glad it didn't rain and we got some golf in because I made a bunch of birdies and kind of got myself back in the tournament.

Q. Is it weird on a day like this? Does it feel like a Sunday? Does it feel like you're in the hunt at the end of this event?
JIM FURYK: It's just tiring. Coming in and then driving back out, not even getting to play a hole, driving back in. I warmed up four times today. I'm pretty spent, pretty tired, and I get to wake up at 5:30 and do it all over again tomorrow.

Q. Any strategy or thoughts going into tomorrow's round? Obviously Geoff is playing great, Vijay is up there?
JIM FURYK: I haven't really seen the score. The last I saw, Geoff was 17, and I'm a couple back. If I want to win the golf tournament I'm going to have to make a bunch of birdies again tomorrow.

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