Q. It looks like you are going to play Peter O'Malley.
NICK PRICE: Just shows you, match-play, you know, 18-hole match-play, I've always said, favors the underdog. You know, we kind of watched a little bit of Tiger today and it didn't look like he played very well, but that's neither here nor there. Peter O'Malley beat him today, and that's a great effort. You know, he's a good player. There's no doubt about it.
Like I say, 18-hole match-play, if you don't play very well and you play against someone, No. 1 player in the world and he doesn't play very well and he plays No. 64, 66 and he plays well, that's what happens in match-play.
Q. Will you prepare differently for Peter?
NICK PRICE: No. I'll just come and play my best. I've got a -- made a few mistakes that I'm going to try to work out on the practice tee and just see. Maybe I can tighten up my game a little bit, because obviously he's playing well. If you can play mistake-free in 18 holes, and not make a bogey, it puts a lot of pressure on your opponent. And today I made two bogeys, which tomorrow, I'd like to get rid of those and then make all of my birdies count.
You know, like I say, anything can happen in 18-hole match-play. But I'd rather play Peter than Tiger.
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