ZACH JOHNSON: Birdie on 3 I hit a good tee shot with a 3 wood, and I hit a sand wedge to probably a foot and a half, two feet.
I bogeyed the next hole. I hit a poor tee shot into the right bunker, one of the right bunkers. I didn't hit that bad of a second shot. I just misjudged the lie and skirted out right and it was pine straw. Didn't have much of a lie and I think I caught a pine cone and squirted to the right. That's my excuse, anyway. Played the percentages on my next shot. I thought could I release it, but if I hit it too hard it could have gone in the three. Just got it on the green and hit a really good putt and almost made it.
The next hole I hit a good drive and a little punch 9 to probably six feet, seven feet maybe.
13, the short one, I hit a good drive and anticipated the wind kicking it a little right but it went left and got in the bunker, which was it wasn't easy but really wasn't that difficult. Had a pretty good uphill lie to that pin and I knocked it out to probably about a foot and a half, driver off the tee.
16, we didn't know what to hit there. I just I put an 8 iron in the back of my stance and hit it pretty hard and I pured it. I think it almost went in from what everybody was saying. Made probably a 5 , 6 footer there, as well. Probably six feet.
17, hit another good drive, driver, and then I hit sand wedge to probably 15 feet, I would say. A little left to righter, caught the edge.
TODD BUDNICK: Good luck tomorrow, Zach.
End of FastScripts.