Q. How do you -- you were in the last group today, you're going to be in the last group tomorrow. How do you try to handle that situation and not having won, how are you going to try to handle it especially tomorrow?
JONATHAN KAYE: Just another round of golf. You know, I'll go out and just keep doing what I've been doing. I guess it's hard for me to answer that because I don't know. I'd probably do better answering that tomorrow.
Q. Is there anything in particular you've been particularly happy with this week?
JONATHAN KAYE: Definitely my iron play, you know. I've been struggling with the short irons this year, and for some reason these irons I've been right on, so it's nice to know you can hit a 9-iron on the green. I was kind of playing to the 4-irons before, but it's hard to score with a 4-iron when everyone else is hitting wedges and 9s while I was playing to a 4-iron.
Q. What will winning tomorrow mean to you?
JONATHAN KAYE: It would give me a little job security. That's for sure. It would be a dream come true, you know, to win on the Tour. That's what everybody wants to do, establish themselves and gain the respect of their peers.
Q. The money or the two-and-a-half year exception?
JONATHAN KAYE: Both.
Q. Jonathan, could you talk about your relationship with the Tour? (Inaudible) some of the situation that --
JONATHAN KAYE: They're all stories, that's all. I mean, you could probably get a better answer from the Tour on that one.
JOHN BUSH: Jonathan, thanks for coming by and good luck tomorrow.
JONATHAN KAYE: Thank you.
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