Q. How much do those changes at 14 and 15 change the way you played the holes?
JONATHAN KAYE: It didn't change the way I played it, because I hit driver on both of them anyway. You've got to hit a little better on 14. They had the tees up a little bit today. I could see if you didn't hit a good ball there, it could play a lot different.
15 definitely plays a lot longer. I think it's not as exciting as it used to be. A lot more guys are more apprehensive to go for the green in two from 235 plus. It's kind of a small target.
The changes are good. 16 is nice. 9 is nice. I don't have any problems with the changes.
Q. What did you have left for your second shot at 16?
JONATHAN KAYE: 260-something to the pin, 235 to the front or something.
Q. Would you always make that play from 260?
JONATHAN KAYE: No, I just thought the wind was going with me and I only had to hit it about 225 to get it over the water, so I figured that would be my one good shot and I'd go for it.
Q. Are most guys going for it as the weekend goes on?
JONATHAN KAYE: Potentially, unless the fairways firm up. You know, that back tee, when you hit a good drive from there, you land into an upslope, so it's hard to get a lot of roll. If you really poke one out there, I think the longer hitters will be going for it, for sure.
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