I wanted to prove how well I was playing.
I think I lost my golf energy. You can't come out here and go through the motions. These guys are too good. I guess I'm at a crossroads. Right now, I would say I'll play more on the Champions Tour. But if I start to play a little better at the end of the year ... I still like to do this.
I never have been satisfied at any time, other than when you win a tournament that week, then you pretty much did what you wanted to accomplish.
Each day, I felt like a left a few (strokes) out there. But today, I made the putts I needed to make, both the short ones and the ones that really made this round complete.
I had to calm down after the birdie at number 17 because I was looking ahead and thinking birdie at number 18.
I think Curtis is finally getting his drive back, his passion for the game, ... I think he's starting to enjoy that competition again. That's what drives us all out here that feeling of being able to hit a good shot in a tough situation.
I'd been putting too much pressure on my putting thinking it was the problem where maybe it was just one of the problems, ... I've also put pressure on myself this year to play as well as I played the last few years. That probably had something to do with it.
It's a relaxed feeling for me. Obviously, I'm playing well so I have an attitude to be patient and let it happen.
It's just one of those days where things felt right from the start. I was just sharp. I didn't miss many greens.