I struggled some on my front nine today. Its a course you need to keep the ball in play. It is a good start, anything in the 60s is good.
It looked like I was going to lose a stroke or two and then I ended up gaining them. Then it got to be, 'Just hit the ball onto the fairway and the green as much as possible.' Avoid the drastic trouble.
Somebody will walk out of here very pleased.
I've tried not to voice my opinion about anything. It's a hard job they have.
I had the luxury of playing 18 as a pure, three-shot par-5. I played well. I putted well. I didn't make any mistakes and except for Tom there wasn't anybody who made a tremendous charge.