Q. Did you have any real long putts today?
BRIAN HARMAN: No. Birdied the two par 5s on the back nine and then added another one, one bogey, and then made, what, two birdies on the front nine, 1 and 9.
Q. Are these two days kind of the way you played earlier in the season? You had five top 10s in a row, is this back to what you were doing?
BRIAN HARMAN: Yeah, I’m feeling more like that than I have been. I don’t know what happens when it gets off, but I had a good couple days in Mexico and wheels kind of fell off. So I’m going to try real hard to just keep going on.
Q. Does getting up at home and driving to the golf course right there help? Has that helped you in any way here?
BRIAN HARMAN: It doesn’t hurt, that’s for sure. I’ve been around I’ve played these golf courses a bunch, so it’s nice. It’s hard not to feel comfortable around these two places.
Q. Brian, a little bit nicer weather conditions, but still a very nice solid round on the Plantation, 4 under par. Talk a little bit about your day.
BRIAN HARMAN: Yeah, it was a good day. Drove it well again, gave myself some looks and cashed in when I had the chance. You know, shot about as low a score as I can. I left a couple out there, but kind of knit picking.
Q. That’s true. No. 8 perhaps you want to have back. Pretty soft in front there on that par 5, ball didn’t bounce up, and then a tricky chip with that pin being so close?
BRIAN HARMAN: Yeah, if I was going to miss it, that was where I was going to miss it. Really felt like I had a good looking chip there and just kind of took off on me, but that’s going to happen.
Q. That is true. Game plan going into the weekend? A little nicer weather for two rounds on the Seaside.
BRIAN HARMAN: I’ve just got to keep driving it like I’m driving it and give myself chances. That’s the strength of my game is hitting in the fairway and giving myself lots of looks.
Q. And how much would it mean to you to win here at home?
BRIAN HARMAN: It would mean the world to me, but I can’t get too far ahead of myself. I know how to play that course, it’s just a matter of just staying within myself.