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May 16, 2013

Jordan Spieth


Q.  Talk about the day.
JORDAN SPIETH:  Happy with the way I fought back and it's nice to finish a round golf course under par in the last few holes.

Q.  Do you think you are a little anxious in this setting?
JORDAN SPIETH:  Yeah, it felt like I was forcing some things, especially when you see Keegan shoot 10‑under.  I was driving up to the first tee and I thought maybe that was the Pro‑Am score and maybe I was trying to fire too much instead of letting it come to me.

Q.  Were you fighting out there or were you letting go a little bit?
JORDAN SPIETH:  I got back from the three‑week stretch and my swing has been a little off.  I'm working on some stuff and it's difficult to do.  I drove the ball great, that's what I've been struggling with, but with my irons I was a little off today.

Q.  What are your feelings today going around this course as opposed to the first time?
JORDAN SPIETH:  You get more and more comfortable each round.  I got settled in fine, just didn't make as many putts as I wanted to, at the same time I only hit four greens on the front nine and that's not going to cut it on a course like this.
It didn't have anything to do with the course, it's just me personally.  I need to be conservative and not press it.

Q.  Will you feel pressure tomorrow?
JORDAN SPIETH:  No, we're off early, try and get out there and play my game, and the birdies will come, I had five today.  They'll come and I just need to limit some mistakes and I'll be good. 

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