He's not back at where he was in 2000, for sure.
I think it's been a solid season. I wouldn't say it's been extraordinary, mainly because I haven't putted well. To have won once here in the U.S., had quite a lot of top-10s and be performing quite well in the majors, and being 190th or something like that in putting ... still a pretty good effort.
We're looking forward to seeing it settle down and getting started. I think that it's looking really good.
They're so much faster. Some of the changes in the break are not what we're used to seeing.
It's still going to be a low winning score. But maybe not as low as we're used to seeing.
But I don't think it's going to be the case because hopefully I'll be playing well.
I've never grown my hair much. It's actually fun just to be able to hold on to something.
You always have an idea where you're going to play. There's no doubt that it can always change. You may get an injury or something, whatever happens.
I'm pretty close from being in (the Ryder Cup). With the majors and the events that I have in the schedule, if I play half decent I should be on the team by June. (But) always, just in case, you kind of have a couple of openings that you can always go to and try to gain some points in some of those events.
You don't laugh about your fellow professionals. But, for sure, I'm going to watch and I'm going to compare what I did and what they're doing or what they can do.
We gelled very well.
You have to realize you are going to have to make some birdies, ... You have a lot of par-4s you are hitting wedges into, and these guys can play, so you have to make some birdies. I'm looking forward to (today).
Investors stopped making such brusque decisions.
It's a slow process. You can't go from struggling, having trouble holing putts, to making everything just like that. If I keep making good putts here and there, feeling confident, consistent over the ball, it's going to be important.
It would be a shame, no doubt about it. I just love that place. It's an unbelievable golf course. ... I think we would have to respect what the members want, but it would be a downer for me.
It's time for it to happen. It's a new feeling for me, but it's a wonderful one. Hopefully, we can keep it going like this.
To comeback from that double-bogey and shoot six-under from there, that was a pretty good effort. I've been working a lot on my putting and its time to make things happen. It great to see putts going in. It is a new feeling for me and its a wonderful one. Hopefully we can keep it going like this.
I've always enjoyed competition, playing against the best. That's why I came here to the U.S. to play on this Tour. It's going to be a fun day, and by no means is it going to be easy.
I've always enjoyed the competition and playing against the best. That's why I came to the U.S. to play on this tour.
It's going to be a fun day and by no means is it going to be easy. You know, I played the first couple of days with (Woods) and enjoyed it quite a bit, so I'm looking forward to seeing what I can do.
That's the one thing Tiger is good at: Even when his game is not spot-on, you know that he can get in the hole and get around. That's what you need around here and I feel like I'm starting to get around that.
I was still waking up six or seven hours before my tee time. I'm slowly getting back into it.
I just didn't play well enough. I couldn't turn it around. At least I hung in there and gave myself a chance.
It was a tough putt at the beginning. It was uphill to start and then down with a 6- to 7-foot break. I hit it a bit too hard, but I wanted to make sure to get it there.
To be sincere, I think I played like (dirt). I didn't play very good at all. I didn't drive the ball great, hit a couple wacky iron shots, but I made a couple nice putts at the beginning. I guess I managed to get a half-decent round. Overall, not too bad.
Today was a little better than yesterday, even though I got off to a bit of a shaky start. I played quite solid, hit a lot of greens. It was good, and it's going to be an interesting weekend.