HALE IRWIN: No, actually even though I made some nice short ish kind of putts on the Front 9, I still didn't have a good stroke for the longer putts. I just haven't felt comfortable anything over 10 or 12 feet all week.
There comes a point to where you know you're going to have a longer putt. 14, for instance, you know, just right at the top of my swing, a roar goes up at 16. I'll have to say it kind of flinched me a little bit. Nevertheless, I know I'm not going to have a putt inside 10 feet at that hole because I'm not aiming at the flag.
When that happens, it's almost like, "Okay, I'm not necessarily not trying to make a birdie, but I'm playing for par." You know what I'm saying? I just could never get that if I could make the one or two good putts, even if you miss them, just to roll them good where you feel like you have an opportunity, then you can get a little more aggressive. But I never had that all day. It was just one of those days I didn't quite have the putter feel. Whereas 2 under par is not a bad score, (indiscernible) looking at a Back 9 you need to play under par.
I got to get to Dayton before the hurricane gets there. I wasn't going to go till Tuesday. I'm going tomorrow morning. Beat Dennis to the punch.
Thanks, folks. Good seeing all of you again.
THE MODERATOR: Thank you, Hale.
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