Q. With the way it's playing, because of the natural length and it's a little soft, does it favor somebody who can bomb it?
BRENT SCHWARZROCK: I don't think it is that big of a deal. For instance, on 2, if they had the tee back, everybody would have had to go left. I probably would still have been on the same line. There's a couple, like No. 8, if you can just rip one up that pin and hit a big one up there, you can get home pretty easily. Everybody can get home on 16. It doesn't play as long as I was hearing before I got here.
Q. From that tee on 2, where do you take -- can you take it at the bunker on 2?
BRENT SCHWARZROCK: The wind was blowing a little right or left -- I was back there about 40 yards, and the tee is on the back. On Tuesday I played it all the way back and hit it over the right bunker. I hit an 8-iron.
You are certainly not getting any roll on the fairways. Obviously, the further you carry the ball, the better. There's no real distinct advantage on any hole.
BRENT SCHWARZROCK: I would say so. Any course, you get a handful of guys going to do something crazy. I think it's a better test than most courses. Especially, the greens are pretty severe in some areas. There's a lot of places on the greens where you just kind of, I don't want to say wasted green, but there's so much undulation, you can't put the pins -- you can only put two or three pin placements with all of the undulation. You get on the wrong side of the hole -- a guy I played with today hit it a club long twice today and he has these, you know, putts that were going up and down, around. So it can get pretty wicked on the green.
Just a matter of your distance control and trying to make some putts. Like I said, a handful of guys are going to do something. I would think overall, it won't be a 4-under cut or anything like that.
Q. Do you think most guys would rather get a few holes in tomorrow with the weather or just have a day off?
BRENT SCHWARZROCK: Either way is fine. I was glad I was in the early/late bracket this week. That way I can kind of figure out what the morning rain is doing and keep our heads up on what we are going to be doing in the afternoon wave.
Last week at the John Deere, we had to go out and finish six holes or seven holes at 7:15 in the morning. Either way is fine with me.
Q. You only played nine practice holes and walked nine?
BRENT SCHWARZROCK: I felt like I had a long week last week and didn't want to burn myself out. So I just played nine and walked nine. I've done that a few times this year, just kind of sent my caddie out there to get all the numbers.
Q. You haven't played the course before?
BRENT SCHWARZROCK: No.
DAVE SENKO: Thank you, Brent.
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