Q: Billy, obviously late in the day, but you played well today, just didn’t get anything to go in?
BILLY HORSCHEL: Yeah, I played really well today. I made one bad mistake on a bad swing at 8 and played really good. Hit a lot of good putts that just didn’t go in. Unfortunately, I just missed that putt. But you know what, it’s golf, it happens. I played really well today. Disappointed I’m not still in this playoff, but like I said, I’ve got a lot to hold my head up high about this week. I’ve done some really good stuff, saw a lot of really good things in my game and we’ll get back at it in 2017.
Q: What happened on the putt, Billy?
BILLY HORSCHEL: I missed it. That’s pretty much what it came down to. I blocked it. I took my time and just blocked it. I mean, I probably didn’t have ‑‑ I’ve been missing putts right. Not this week, not in rounds, but if anything, my blade goes open back a little bit and my left hand’s just not strong enough and inline grip, which causes the blade to open up and that’s what it was. Simple as that, I missed the putt. Just unfortunate.
Q: Can you talk about the birdie putt on 18 in regulation?
BILLY HORSCHEL: Yeah, yeah. The putts here and the other one in the playoff were really good putts, I thought I made them both. That’s how it was today, played really good and I got nothing out of my game. It was just unfortunate because Mackenzie was messing up. Camilo had a stumble there, too. I just stayed patient and played my game very well and I was hoping I could get a putt to go. I was just burning edges all day and that’s just the way it goes sometimes.