May 26, 2005
Q. How does it feel scoring a low round in your first ever Senior PGA Championship?
MIKE REID: Well, if you had seen me play Tuesday and Wednesday, I think you could only say it's pretty surprising. In some respects I feel like my game wasn't too solid coming here. And the golf course is just a terrific test of golf.
So I just stayed patient today and happened to hit some pretty good shots. So I'm a little surprised, but I'm pleased.
Q. I know that your nickname is Radar. How do you feel that your accuracy off the tee helped you today and will help you this weekend?
MIKE REID: Well, it's just a necessity on this golf course. You just got to focus on every shot. It's such an honest golf course and being able to keep it in play is a it's just a necessity if you're going to score well.
Q. Any improvements during the week?
PETER JACOBSEN: Any what?
Q. Any improvements you have to you think you have to work on?
PETER JACOBSEN: Any improvements? Well, I would say in my game or on the course?
Q. In your game.
PETER JACOBSEN: Oh, you know, that's one of the things I don't I drove it pretty well. I hit my irons okay. I putted pretty good, except for the three puts I had, but I got it above the hole, so it's hard to stop them coming down the hills. You got to keep it below the hole, that's for damn sure.
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