Camilo Villegas

Q:  What the day and the playoff was like today?

CAMILO VILLEGAS:  Yeah, you know what, it was a good day.  I was very patient out there the whole day.  Nothing kind of went my way until the last few, which I was proud of just keeping my composure.  And then the people on TV have no clue how dark it is right now.  I was just telling those guys, that last putt I was just like hit it in the middle of the hole, hit it a little firm.  I had no clue which way it was going.  But we’ll be back tomorrow 8:00.

Q:  What’s the mindset going into a multi‑day playoff tomorrow, you’ve got three guys?

CAMILO VILLEGAS:  It is what it is, man.  You have a chance to win a PGA Tour event and I’m sure everybody has no problem coming out at 8:00 a.m. and just kind of teeing it up and trying to win on the PGA Tour.

Q:  Camilo, you did what you had to do during regulation birdieing 16 and 17.  How difficult was that out there in the playoff?

CAMILO VILLEGAS:  Yeah, you know what, the whole day was kind of slow and I was very patient.  I kept telling myself I’ve been patient all week and I was.  It’s funny, I told my brother, I have a good feeling the last few holes, and then I parred No. 15 I was like oh, c’mon, and there you go.  You never know what’s going to happen.  I knew the leaderboard was jam packed, nobody was going crazy, but it was so bunched up and a birdie on 16 was great and then that putt on 17 was beautiful.  And the playoff, people don’t know how dark it is right now.  It’s going to be nice and cold in the morning.  8:00 we’ll be back and try to take another trophy home.


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