JIM FURYK: Let's talk about our bad shots today.
JUSTIN LEONARD: 5, I hit a poor tee shot left of the green. Jim hit a better tee shot than I did. Just when the wind is blowing like that and it's the first time we're going back into the wind, had a difficult chip and then a putt that's downwind. It looks like it was doing one thing, but it went another.
JIM FURYK: I should have gotten up and down.I hit a decent pitch. It scooted more into the wind than I thought. I had a good putt that didn't go in and we made bogey. The next hole we both were in pretty good position. Justin hit a driver, 3-iron in front of the green. I hit a driver, 3-iron to the left fringe and it took me three to get down. I missed a 2-and-a-half-foot putt there. It was a putt I should have knocked in and I was upset with myself. I turned around and birdied the next hole.
Q. That was a birdie from the side of the fairway?
JIM FURYK: I was in the rough. I had a good lie in the rough. I was trying to force my second shot into the wind, trying to hit it too hard and hooked it into the rough. It was close to the waste, but I wasn't in it.
Q. All in all, given the conditions and everything else, being 1-under, are you fairly pleased -- not necessarily pleased, but okay with where you are?
JUSTIN LEONARD: With the way we played, it's not such a bad score. Nobody in the field ran away with everything. It's playing so difficult. Trying to keep two balls in play. We went through a stretch of five or six holes where neither of us hit a green, yet we were hitting pretty decent shots. Playing toward front edges and trying to keep the hole ahead of you.
JIM FURYK: That 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 stretch was a tough stretch of holes, a lot of long irons, woods. I didn't hit anything less than a 3-iron or 4-wood in my hand for four of those par 4 s. It's nice to a see a par 5 where I could get a short iron into the green, and still missed the green.
Q. A links-style course with weather conditions like this, does it maybe favor some other teams, maybe some of the European guys that play the link courses?
JIM FURYK: My partner is a British Open champion over here and lost another playoff. I'm taking my horse over here.
Q. Was pace of play a frustration today. Five and a half hour round, do you expect that in conditions like this?
JUSTIN LEONARD: We knew it was going to be a long day.
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