Just a fun day to play golf. I definitely think last week helped me, coming in here when we had tough conditions (the first two days). Then when it doesn't blow, and you can hit a normal shot, you're licking your chops that, hey, I can score here.
"Won": 2001 PGA Championship/2001
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"David Wayne Toms" is an American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour. He has won a total of 13 events on the PGA Tour, including the 2001 PGA Championship. He was in the top 10 of the Official World Golf Ranking for 175 weeks between 2001 and 2006.) and ranked as high as fifth in 2002 and 2003.More David Toms on Wikipedia.
I was just trying to feed off what Chad was doing. He was hitting the ball close to the hole. I wasn't getting it so close so I had to make a couple long putts. It was a great day all around for both of us.
It was like, 'Here we go again. I'm going to play good.
I'm just playing solid and I'm going to have to go out and do it again tomorrow, that's for sure. Because the way he played golf today ... he drove the ball fantastic, hit it close to the hole, so it just didn't look like he was going to struggle at all in any part of the game.
I felt like he was in control. I was surprised when he missed a fairway. I was surprised when he didn't get a ball close to the hole.
Though he pulled a bit of a surprise when he showed up wearing a hat for Round 1 of the recent PGA Championship, when thunderstorms were predicted. ''I'll wear a hat if I think it's going to rain or get windy.
I was just trying to keep up.
I made a couple of nice putts on the back nine that you are not supposed to make, but that is what you do when you have a hot round.
I felt like the key to me having a good round today was feeding off of Chad Campbell. He played unbelievable. I was just trying to keep up. I made a couple nice putts there on the back nine that you're not supposed to make, but that's what you do when you have a hot round.