Q: What are your thoughts right now?
HENRIK NORLANDER: I’m just happy. I mean, I hit two terrible drives. That ball should have gone in the hazard on the second one. It was a foot from the hazard. I’m just happy I’ve got another chance.
Q: What did they tell you about tomorrow morning, what time?
HENRIK NORLANDER: 8:00.
Q: 8:00, the par 3. So what’s the mindset now?
HENRIK NORLANDER: Just go eat dinner, relax and try to make a birdie.
Q: You’re a pretty laid‑back guy, you don’t seem too nervous.
HENRIK NORLANDER: This is just a great chance, an opportunity. Yeah, worst case, I’m second.
Q: How dark was it on the putt here?
HENRIK NORLANDER: I had no clue. When my caddie took out the flag, I had no clue where the hole was. It was borderline to putt, but it would have been nice if someone would have made it.
Q: Are you in here on a sponsor exemption?
HENRIK NORLANDER: Yeah, I have no status.
Q: What’s it mean to be in this position to have a chance to win tomorrow?
HENRIK NORLANDER: It feels pretty good, yeah. I’m just happy, like I said, to have a chance. That’s all I can say. Try to make birdie.
Q: Given your status, was it hard to block all that out down the stretch?
HENRIK NORLANDER: I mean, I really didn’t think about it because I mean, whatever. I mean, I’ve got full Web category and everything else will be a bonus. I really felt I was calmer in the last six holes than I was on the first six holes on Thursday. I just felt like keep on hitting good shots and putted good. Yeah, new day tomorrow.