Q. What do you make of Tiger's cut streak, 113, how much do you appreciate that?
BOB ESTES: That's incredible. I know I had one year where I made 27, 28 although again a few of those were no-cut tournaments. But and you are pretty much have to play a Tiger-esque schedule to do that for the most part because you can't play tired out here --
BOB ESTES: Yeah, as far as playing, if Tiger-- if he tried to play 25 to 30 tournaments like a lot of guys do, you know, as much as he puts into it, I am not knocking him, I am just saying that even Tiger knows that you can only play so many weeks out here and play your best. So if he were to try to play at that or 30 tournaments like a lot of guys do if, you know, would it really be difficult to make every single cut. Obviously he's not thinking about just making the cut, until he gets close, but that streak and that record is incredible. So everybody is interested seeing how long he can keep that going as well because just like I heard him say there's those days where you are not feeling well or you are not hitting it well or putting it well, you have to figure a way to get it done. That's the way I have made a lot of my cuts also. You just don't waste a single shot because that one shot can be the difference between making the cut and missing the cut.
Q. You mentioned you have made changes wanting to get better. You have already proven you were good enough to win out here and have success. How good do you think you can be?
BOB ESTES: I think I could or should be one of the Top-10 players in the world at least. But I have struggled so much in different areas that I wouldn't say I have been beaten up, but you know, you struggle enough and it takes a lot of your energy and your desire to play and practice the way you need to, you know, everyday and every week to get to that highest level. So I have got to get out of some of these bad habits in a hurry that I have had for a long, long time and get something more established that I can gain momentum because I have got to -- I am not saying my career is winding down. I have got lots of years, you know, as far as how I feel about it, I don't even plan on playing the SENIOR TOUR when I turn 50, so I still plan on having lots of time but I know that I have got to get more situated with my grip, my setup, my swing, my equipment, and gain more momentum instead of just kind of hovering right around here, kind of dipping down and I will -- I have got to get that momentum so I can start climbing that ladder again. Like I said, before I teased it at times, I have been ranked as high as 13, or 14 in the world a couple of different times in my career; spent a lot of time in the Top-20 or 25. For me that's not good enough so I have got to keep working at it and keep searching and solidifying certain aspect of my game so I can gain that momentum and with momentum comes confidence and it just kind of snowballs.
Q. Is it a good thing or a bad thing to come along in the era of Tiger?
BOB ESTES: What?
Q. If he wants to distinguish himself as one of the best players and be recognized and be remembered in the history of golf, is it a good or bad thing to be playing at this time?
BOB ESTES: Well, probably depends on the player, but it's probably a good thing because when you see somebody that plays at that level and plays at that level on such a consistent basis and you know how hard he works at it, and how professional he goes about it, you know, if you can learn from that, -- it's not like he's winning every tournament, every major, that's why I can say that, so who knows, maybe you know, other players have won majors since Tiger has been on Tour, you know, maybe those guys would not have reached the level that they did without some inspiration from Tiger to work harder or do things more correctly or whatever. So obviously it's tough to win tournaments and win majors when Tiger is in the field but I wouldn't say it's as much as a negative as it should be a positive. (Inaudible).
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