Q: Do you feel like you got yourself back in it?
TIGER WOODS: Absolutely. I'm right there. I was at one point six back, and we had a lot of holes to play, so I was very encouraged the way I dug down deep and got this thing turned around and gave myself a chance going into this afternoon.
Q: How frustrating was it to have three good looks coming in?
TIGER WOODS: Yeah, I had a few good looks at it today, and I just couldn't believe how slow these greens were this morning. I don't know if they cut them or not, but they were just a lot slower. They're slower than the putting green. Vijay and I were talking about that a little bit today, and it was surprising that they're not the same speed. We both struggled getting the balls to the hole.
Q: With these conditions do you feel like you're going to have to play aggressively?
TIGER WOODS: You know, just give myself chances, give myself looks. This golf course you can take a double and a triple in a heartbeat without hitting bad shots. Just keep myself there where I'm right in it with a few holes to go because, as we saw at the last major championship we played, anything can happen.
Q: The stoppage of play yesterday, did it give you a chance to kind of reset?
TIGER WOODS: Yeah, a little bit. Unfortunately I missed the putt, so it didn't really do much. I figured the goal was to just come back out here and get to even par for the day, somehow grind it out and get back to even par, and I had it to I was 1 over par with two holes to go and dropped a shot at 17. But I played myself back into the tournament.
Q: What happened at 15? Was there something that jumped up on you?
TIGER WOODS: Yeah, it got in both legs well, left shoe, right shoe, and then in my right leg. I was telling Tim over there it itched like hell for about a hole, and then it was gone.
TIGER WOODS: I don't know. Couldn't tell you.
TIGER WOODS: No, I told you, it itched like hell for about a hole, and it was fine.