Q. Did you reflect a lot on the playoff loss at Sony and how long did it really take you to get over it?
AARON BADDELEY: Not that long, really. I mean, I didn't lose that golf tournament. Ernie won that golf tournament. I mean, when things are going your way, those putts that Ernie holed, those thing just happen.
And to win golf tournaments, when I won the Greg Norman international, I holed a 25-footer on the first playoff hole to win. So when things are going your way, things just happen, it's amazing how it all works like that.
Q. There's a generation of golfers enjoying Jack and Arnold perhaps playing together for the last time in a PGA TOUR event. Are they idols, or are you more of the Greg Norman, Nick Faldo -- guys that you followed?
AARON BADDELEY: For myself, Greg Norman, Nick Faldo, Nick Price are the ones I looked up to the most. You always look at what those guys have done and what they did was amazing in the game and something that a lot of people will continue to strive, to achieve both that same sort of level that both Arnie and Jack achieved.
JOAN vT ALEXANDER: Can we go through your round?
AARON BADDELEY: I birdied No. 2. I hit 6-iron to about three feet.
I eagled the par 5, fourth, 4-iron to about six feet.
I bogeyed the next I hit it in the right bunker, plug lie and just made bogey.
Birdied the par 5 next hole. Hit just a wedge from about 80 yards to about six feet.
9, hit 5-iron to about five or six feet .
I birdied the par 5, 12. I hit a 3-iron on the front edge and 2-putted.
On 15, hit a 7-iron in the back trap, plug lie, bogey.
Hit 5-iron just right of the green and chip, chip putt, bogey.
Q. Kind of sedate on the clothes today, for you.
AARON BADDELEY: This is Thursday.
Q. So it gets progressively -- okay.
AARON BADDELEY: (Smiling). But I've got the zippers (on the bottom of the pants). So if it's a little warm you can unzip it and get some air flowing up there, you know.
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