Q. Jonathan, it being your first time at Firestone, did you have any expectations to be in this position today?
JONATHAN KAYE: I mean, I expect to play well when I play. I never know how it's going to turn out in the end, but I felt pretty comfortable with my game coming in here. Yeah, I expected to play well.
Q. How did you feel today coming in knowing that you were right there, once you got out there?
JONATHAN KAYE: I felt good. I hit it right down the middle of the first fairway and had an 80-yard shot to the pin and thought I hit it perfect and that kind of just set the tone for my day, and from then on it was kind of a grind because I never had the speed of the greens figured out today.
Q. Can you verbalize how important that second hole was, just the swing of you taking a bogey there?
JONATHAN KAYE: It was huge. I'm one back going into the second hole and I make bogey and he makes an eagle, all of a sudden I'm three back. Enough said. You hate to give up three shots in one hole. Obviously I would have loved a shot at going for that green and maybe retrospectively I should have taken it even though I didn't have that good of a shot.
Q. Do you do much score board watching?
JONATHAN KAYE: No, the only score board I saw was on 16 today, on the green, and then 18 obviously.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Jonathan Kaye, thank you.
JONATHAN KAYE: You're welcome.
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