Q: 18 greens today, what a big par save on the last, you made a number of birdies. That must make you feel pretty good?
CHAD CAMPBELL: Yeah, I played pretty well all day. It was nice to see that last one go in to save that par with a bad tee shot in the right bunker. Overall happy with the way I played the first two days.
Q: And the game appears to be trending in the right direction here through the fall. You had a few good rounds in Mexico, has that kind of kicked you on?
CHAD CAMPBELL: Yeah, I played pretty well in Mexico other than the first day. The first day I played terrible but then, like you say, I had three good rounds and kind of carried it over to this week.
Q: Now speak about coming from Plantation to seaside, you had a change in course style.
CHAD CAMPBELL: Yeah.
Q: But certainly managing the bounce out on the greens, is that difficult?
CHAD CAMPBELL: A little bit. They’re definitely a little bit firmer over here. With the overseed over, there they’re spinning back. It was nice to see some balls releasing over here, it makes it a little bit easier to get at some of these back holes.
Q: You’re in through 36 at minus 11. Thoughts to what it might take on the weekend?
CHAD CAMPBELL: I think the weather’s goes to change a little bit, I think we’ve got a little wind and cooler temperatures coming in. I think it’s going to be a lot of the same, but definitely this course gets a little tricky when the wind starts blowing, so we’ll have to see what it has for us tomorrow.
Q: A little wind would be a good deal for you, right?
CHAD CAMPBELL: Yeah, yeah, it’s kind of weird to play this course without much wind. We’ve always seen it with a lot of wind, so we’ll see what happens.