PHIL MICKELSON: Being tested like this. I think that's what's most fun. It's a challenge. It is the hardest probably one of the hardest setups I've ever seen without any elements. You know, Shinnecock in 2004 played brutally difficult because of the elements and the wind. That was one of the most difficult rounds that I've had to play.
But here, just straightforward, most difficult test of golf. We don't get a chance to be tested like that. Because again, you'll kill the greens, a lot of them probably won't survive, so the course won't ever get set up like this. The pins are all tucked in the 72 toughest spots, and the greens are so hard, it's just fun. We just don't get a chance to do it much.
RAND JERRIS: Congratulations on your fine play, and thanks for your time.
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