JIM FURYK: I bogeyed 3 off of a pretty darn good drive that actually went through the fairway and then actually got a little bit of a tough lie in the rough, and the rough is such that you can get a club on it but maybe not always control it. That's what happened. I hit it left of the pin, just hit it on the wrong side, wasn't able to get the ball up-and-down.
Then 4, hit a poor drive in the fairway bunker, had to pitch out, hit a wedge to about 12 feet, missed that putt.
Hit 3-wood, 3-wood on 5 to about 12 feet, two-putted for birdie.
Hit a driver and kind of -- I have a hybrid club in my bag, just left of the green, pitched it to about five feet on 7, made birdie.
Then hit a driver and a 3-wood about I'll guess 40 feet on 10 and two-putted for birdie.
Driver, 9-iron to about ten feet on 11.
Hit a 6-iron to about 20 feet on 13 for birdie.
14, I hit a 3-iron and a 50-degree wedge, like my gap wedge, to about five feet.
Bogey, I hooked it off 16 tee as we talked about, pitched it out and hit a 7-iron about 20 feet and two-putted for bogey.
CHRIS REIMER: Thank you, Jim.
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