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January 17, 2019

Jeremy Roenick

Lake Buena Vista, Florida

Q. Once again, you’re in the hunt, but once again, Fish and Mulder are in the way. What will it take for you to break through?
JEREMY ROENICK: Happy with how steady I was. To be able to be on the leaderboard near the top on day one gives you something to be motivated about.

To break through against the big boys, Fish and Mulder, I need to be more verbal. I need to talk a bit more about how good they are, how proud I am to be playing with them, how I am in awe of them, and then hopefully, they’ll get a big head!

What I really need to do is find ways to make short putts. I missed four or five putts from within 5 feet and an eagle from about 6 feet. I also need to play within the new points system, where a birdie is worth just one more than a par. I don’t want to get overaggressive.

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