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July 9, 2010

Ernie Els


Q. Your thoughts on the day?
ERNIE ELS: Just fighting my swing all day and I basically got fed up with it. Pulled it on 7 into the woods for a lot of ball and then on -- sorry, 6, and then 7 I hit in the Loch for my second shot. Just been fighting my swing and it's probably better for me to get out of here I think.

Q. Focus on next week?
ERNIE ELS: Get to St. Andrews, exactly and work on it.
Yeah, it's not what I wanted to do, believe me, but you know, just kind of got fed up with fighting my swing all day.

Q. One too many, do you think?
ERNIE ELS: I've got no chance. I think the cut is probably going to be even or 1-over. It's not that I wanted to miss the cut but things happen like that. Maybe it's a good thing.

Q. Have you turned up at Opens before with your swing not in great shape?
ERNIE ELS: Yeah, you know, I was a late entry into this tournament. I came here because I love it here. Loch Lomond is a beautiful place, and always had a good time here. This is probably the worst round I've ever played here.
But as I say, my swing is not quite there, and I've got a couple of days now to get it fixed and be ready for St. Andrews.

Q. How was it coming in?
ERNIE ELS: I was a bit rusty. I had two weeks off, and I did a bit of work, but, I don't know, something went wrong. Just not quite there.

Q. Think you can find something and contend next week?
ERNIE ELS: Yeah, it's just a feel thing with me and I'll get something going and hopefully be ready by Thursday. I've got five, six days to get ready.

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