Q. What is your mindset now for tomorrow given the position you are in, you are -- you may or may not be in the lead when you go to bed tonight....
TREVOR IMMELMAN: I don't think I will be in the lead when I go to bed tonight. I will be very surprised if it doesn't get to 15 or 16. We got perfect weather out there. The greens are rolling nicely and the course is, you know, there waiting for birdies. I am sure the leaders are going to or the guys in the last few groups are going to get it to 15 or 16, so I am going to need to go out there and shoot another round like this, I believe, to really have a shot at winning this tournament. It's definitely going to be the same thought process as what I went in today, just try and shoot as low as I can.
Q. You said you managed to stay out of trouble today. Was that by design or were you playing conservatively or do you --
TREVOR IMMELMAN: I just played my normal game, I definitely wouldn't play conservatively. I was just trying to hit the shots that I normally like to hit and today they started coming off. I started seeing the ball go where I was wanting it to go and you know, then you can start getting more and more aggressive on certain shots. So that was a nice feeling because that's a feeling I haven't had in the last six or seven weeks.
TODD BUDNICK: Birdie on No. 2. Let us walk through your card.
TREVOR IMMELMAN: I didn't get off to the start I wanted. Obviously No. 1 was downwind and reachable so that was a little disappointing not to make a 4 there.
No. 2 I hit a drive and a wedge to about eight feet, made a birdie.
4 I missed a 3-footer for birdie so that was a little disappointing.
Next hole 9-iron to about eight feet to make birdie.
The 9th I hit a driver and 3-wood just right of the green, chipped and putted.
10 was a driver and a sand wedge to about ten feet.
12, again reachable par 5s, the shot slipped there.
Then 13 hit a 7-iron to about five feet.
14, driver wedge to about ten feet.
Then 15 a driver and 3-iron just on the front right of the green, chipped and putted.
Then I mean, 16 I missed from eight feet; 17 from twelve feet and then 2-putted on 18. There weren't many times when I was struggling for par which was nice. I always kind of had a chance of making a birdie.
Q. You really could have gone lower if the putts were falling?
TREVOR IMMELMAN: You never complain about a 65, but I have missed a 3-footer and three or four, you know, ten feet and unders, so you make some and you miss some.
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