I twisted my knee playing the week before the international qualifier and couldn't play,
And I think if you can have that advantage of playing that second shot in first you can really put some pressure on your opponent and that's what I enjoy about match play because most times I have that second shot first.
Mark had a great start and he putts great. He played lovely today.
If the wind gets up it'll turn into a US Open with the pin positions they're giving us because you'll be in a situation where par is a really good score.
He always has had that certain flair, an aura. He still does. When he walks on a course, people notice. And for an Australian like me, it would be like an American seeing Jack Nicklaus.
I'm very pleased. My short game is good. I prefer it hard and firm. It's more a matter of if I can putt well.
And the other thing is I tend to hit a lot of fairways, a lot of greens, so I keep things pretty consistent there and the opponent knows I'm not going to make too many mistakes and that can wear people down a little bit.