Q. When you left the country a couple weeks ago, you were out of sorts with your putting and game in general, what did you do to get it back and what did it take?
ADAM SCOTT: It was more the mental state of mind I was in, I was ready for a bit of a break, had a frustrating event and didn't quite achieve what I wanted over the summer, so it was a good move for me to go home for a couple of weeks and get relaxed and back in the frame of mind that I normally am in out here. I went out and played great in the Singapore Open and got a win, obviously putted a bit better than I had been. Another week home last week, just worked on the game and kept fresh, and you know, obviously I'm in a much better state of mind now for the rest of the year.
Q. You guys obviously beat a very well known twosome, Freddie Couples and Tiger Woods, is this an example of, speaking of a guy like Trevor Immelman, a guy who is not well known, is that an example of how match play works sometimes, a guy can come out and play well and not be well known to a lot of people, does the nature of match play kind of lend itself to that?
ADAM SCOTT: No. I just think every guy playing in this Presidents Cup is capable of beating any guy on any given day. I think we are all pretty self confident people, that's why we're here.
Q. Mike, let's look ahead a little bit, can we assume you guys will continue to be paired together, and what about four ball, do you think it will be the same thing?
MIKE WEIR: I think so. You know, we're not for sure, but it looks like that way. He'll get back to our gathering over there and talk about it a little bit. But I'm sure, at least in the foursomes like today's matches, I'm sure Trevor and I will play together and possibly tomorrow. You know, don't want to mess with it too much, we did pretty well on that format today.
Q. So the same with you and Retief do you think?
ADAM SCOTT: I sure would like to play with him in the foursomes again. I think you should stick with a winning tournament.
As far as tomorrow, I don't think we've really got that set. But I'm pretty sure for the foursomes, yeah.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Thank you, gentlemen.
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