Q: How about today, 65, very well could be the low round of the day on a cold Sunday. How happy are you with that?
JAMIE LOVEMARK: I’m happy. Happy we’re done for the season, happy to end on a good note. It was a really cool start, really windy. Gosh, it was in the mid 40s. It’s getting nicer now so the scores might improve.
Q: You birdied 15, the par 5, and then we thought you had a chance to maybe post a number, were you thinking that if you get to 16 maybe?
JAMIE LOVEMARK: Yeah, I thought so. I had an awkward second shot on 16 and kind of bailed out left about 15 feet. Hit a good putt. Hit a good putt on 16 and 17 and then birdied 18. I think yeah, it will be too short but it’s okay.
Q: Has the wind died down a bit out there? It seems like it is.
JAMIE LOVEMARK: Oh, a ton. It was blowing upwards of 15 this morning. It was colder, too. So it’s improving, which is nice for the guys out in front.
Q: Look back at the year. You had a chance to win in New Orleans, a little luck you might have one there, but all in all a solid year. Are you pleased?
JAMIE LOVEMARK: Yeah, definitely. I think I was in the final group three times this year, so that’s good for me. Improving on that, hopefully I can get it done next year. I’m going to enjoy my six, seven weeks off and put my feet up and chill.
Q: You’re a Nike guy. What are you doing equipment‑wise? Will you take that time to find new sticks or what are you going to do?
JAMIE LOVEMARK: Hard to say, honestly. Actually this week I went back to a Nike driver, hit it very well so we’re going to have to reassess probably starting tomorrow and then go from there. I still have a lot of great Nike stuff and the stuff is awesome for me, worked for me, worked for a lot of guys, so no rush.
Q: Enjoy the offseason. I guess the important question, will you keep the mustache?
JAMIE LOVEMARK: No, just until the end of this month.