Q. When you look at the leaderboard and see someone like Norman up there at 47, can you talk about your reaction to that, is it a fair fight, someone your age and someone's Norman's age?
FRANKLIN LANGHAM: Norman is somebody who has kept himself in great shape. I hope to do that, too. We're lucky in the game of golf that there's no age limit on it, there's no size that you have to be, a certain size you have to be to play this game. And it doesn't surprise me. He's a great player. He's been there before, he knows what it takes to win. And it's just a matter of getting himself focused. I think more so than physically him not being able to play -- I think he's got a lot going on. He has a lot of business ventures, as do a lot of guys when they get that age. Your sole, No. 1 focus isn't on golf anymore. And I think that's more a detriment than saying him being 47. A couple of weeks ago we saw Tom Watson play great. And he's won there before. I forget how old he was when he won it. Is he on the Senior Tour yet, 48, 49? So it's not surprising. The guys that take good care of themselves, and we're learning as we were talking about in sports psychologist, we're learning about physical fitness. The better you take care of yourself the more -- the longer you'll be able to play.
Q. Is there something in particular about this course that suits your game?
FRANKLIN LANGHAM: You know, I guess. The one thing I can say is that a lot of the tee shots hit my eye. You stand up and you've got a good comfortable look at with where you want to go, the shape of the shot you want to hit, and I've played here a number of years. I've seen the course probably playing -- I've played it here when it's been firm, I've played it when it's been soggy. I'm comfortable. I feel like whatever it throws at me, that doesn't mean I'm going to succeed, but I feel like I'm prepared for it. It never hurts to come back to a place where you've done well in the past, it brings up good memories.
FRANKLIN LANGHAM: I shot 71 the last day, and finished second, tied for second. But we were all log jammed. I know I look back at the birdie shots, and it was closer than it really seemed.
Q. Wiebe had some elbow surgery, too?
FRANKLIN LANGHAM: Shoulder surgery.
Q. Are you able to put it aside when the partner in your threesome is shooting 16 over par?
FRANKLIN LANGHAM: You know, you try not to -- we all learn how fragile this game is, all of us who play out here. And I feel for him, but you're just trying to block that out. The same way you block out that someone is shooting 10-under, and you're trying to catch him. Hopefully that falls in the category of mental toughness. He did have shoulder surgery, and I didn't get a chance to talk to him to see how he feels. I'm not sure if he's feeling a hundred percent or not. He's a good player, and he's played out here a long time. He had a tough day today.
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