Q. The last month or so you seem like you've had yourself in good shape at the halfway point in tournaments and can't get a lot going on Saturday. Can you talk about that, and if there's any necessary change in your approach going into the third round?
BOB ESTES: No, for the most part it's been putting. I just haven't been making the putts. And that's why you see me trying something new this week. My ball-striking still needs to get better. And I wish I could say I made the right decision on every single shot, every round. But sometimes you've got the hindsight thing going there. But I kind of lost track, I'm getting kind of tired -- I didn't get much sleep last night. If you want to repeat that, I can answer better.
Q. Just wondering about the problems you've had on Saturdays in particular. You haven't broken par the last six or seven tournaments on Saturday?
BOB ESTES: But a lot of those times I shot 65, 67, 68, and just didn't putt very well. But yeah, hopefully tomorrow we'll kind of get off of that and keep hitting it good. There's really not much I have to change now. If I go out and do a little practice session, it's just kind of stay in touch with what I'm doing. There's maybe the first time in my life there's not really something I'm thinking about going out there and trying or changing or whatever. I just need to go keep doing the same things that I'm doing right now.
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