PHIL MICKELSON: I hit a driver and a little cut 6-iron on the first hole, only 150, but I had to slice it back into the wind and it ended up hitting an eight feet behind the hole and made the putt.
Second hole, I hit a little 8-iron to ten feet and made the putt.
4, I hit driver, 3-wood, that must have been 50 yards from the hole, 53 yards from the hole and ended up hitting a nice chip to about three feet and made it.
Then No. 10, I hit driver, 3-wood to 12 feet and missed it for eagle and made birdie.
Made a long putt on 11. I hit a pitching wedge to probably 35 feet and made that for birdie.
On the 13, I chipped in from just off the green from 26 yards, a little L-wedge from 26 yards for eagle.
3-putted the next. I hit a good drive and great 4-iron carving it on about 35 feet. Left the first putt 3 1/2 feet short and missed it and that was the only bogey.
Parred the rest of the way until 18. I hit a driver left. I missed the hollow, missed it a little left, could not get there, chipped a 6-iron down, hit a 9-iron to 40 feet and made it.
Q. Are you concerned at all about the left drives you're getting; your misses have been a little bit more left?
PHIL MICKELSON: Most of those were with right-to-left wind, so I'll address that. I'll probably play for more wind, but I feel the most part, the only time I've missed it has been with a big right-to-left wind.
JOHN BUSH: Thanks for coming by. Play well tomorrow.
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