Q. You've had a fabulous finish to climb to the top of the leaderboard. People are going to look at the leaderboard and they're going to bring up the Tiger factor. He's making a charge as well. What happens tomorrow to try to keep him at bay?
JEFF MAGGERT: Well, I really felt that Tiger was going to play a good round today. Obviously he struggled the last two days. He was flirting with the cut and all that. And probably lost his focus a little bit more and sometimes when you make the cut on the number you're definitely a lot more relaxed coming into Saturday's round. And I just kind of felt like he was going to play a good round today and obviously he did.
Q. Where do you rank this with rounds that you've shot anywhere. How good was 66 on Saturday?
JEFF MAGGERT: It's hard to say. I'll tell you tomorrow afternoon.
Q. Obviously a lot of people are going to show up tomorrow rooting for history, rooting for Tiger. How do you approach that? Do you have to kind of tune that out?
JEFF MAGGERT: Tiger's going to do so many great things in his career and if he doesn't win a third one this week, he's definitely going to win a few more green jackets. So I'm not really focused in on any of that. If you look at the leaderboard now it would be tough to say that's not one of the players you've got to worry about. But I have struggled so much with my golf game and emotions the way I've handled my poor play the last couple years that it's probably helped me in the long run. It's helped me focus on the golf course. I try to pay attention to what I'm doing, working on my golf game. Trying to hit good golf shots. There's nobody out there that I can control tomorrow except for myself. And I need to play well and hit good golf shots. If I do that, I'll have an excellent chance.
Q. Is it easy to carry the momentum of your finish today into tomorrow with the sleep over, knowing you're going into the final round of a Major?
JEFF MAGGERT: For me, definitely. Because I finally started to hit some good golf shots, especially on the back nine. I hit the ball solid and it's nice to look up and see the ball going towards the pin. And it's something I've been working on and I feel very good with my short game and very good with the putter. So if I hit the ball in the fairway tomorrow and hit some good iron shots I feel like I can shoot another good round.
Q. You've been in a couple positions in Majors before like this going into the final round and as you said have not been able to pull it off before. Will those things you've been doing to help your confidence, will that play into that, too?
JEFF MAGGERT: Well, I certainly hope so. Tomorrow's going to be, obviously, new for me. I have been in a position to maybe win a Major championship, certainly a couple U.S. Opens, but I feel good at where I'm at now. But I have a lot of work to do tomorrow. So I'm just thinking more about the work that I need to do and not about trying to win the golf tournament.
ROB TOWNSEND: Thank you all very much. Jeff, good luck to you tomorrow.
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