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Akron is not a good course for me so I probably won't play more than three or four holes in practice but I'll spend a day on the putting green on the Wednesday, sometimes you stand over a putt, you visually see the line and you hit the line. It sounds silly to say but you just don't have that feeling all the time.
That's generally the distance you hit it to when you are playing well. It's an amazing percentage of putts that he holes and we all want that sort of putting stroke, he holed a 50-footer at the 16th in the final round of the Open and then bogeyed the 17th after missing from seven feet. He was one shot away from the playoff and that's what happens when you play well and putt well.
I didn't even realize that I had a three-shot lead at that stage but I was in cruise control, shall we say, not making bad swings, i was in position a lot. As I said, you take your foot off the accelerator for one second, all of a sudden you find yourself completely out of position making an easy double bogey.