What the Deutsche Bank Championship Leaders Are Saying

The following are quotes from the four golfers at the top of the leader board at the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC-Boston in Norton.


The following are quotes from the media center from the leaders at the Deutsche Bank Championship after Saturday's second round and heading into today's third round at the TPC-Boston.

Second-Round Leaders: Rory McIlroy 65-65—130 (-12), Louis Oosthuizen 66-65—131 (-11), Tiger Woods 64-68—132 (-10), Ryan Moore 64-68—132 (-10)

RORY McILROY (On taking over the leader board):  "Yeah, very pleased with how I played today, how I played yesterday, as well, and in a great position going into the weekend. I got off to a nice start and sort of just kept the momentum going. So yeah, I mean, everything seemed to work pretty well out there. I felt like I drove the ball a bit better today and hit more fairways, which gave me some more opportunities to make birdies, and I was putting well enough to take a few of those. Yeah, you know, pleased with where I am and looking forward to the weekend."

LOUIS OOSTHUIZEN (On be playing with his good friend McIlroy Sunday): "I think it's going to be very nice. Yeah, it should be good. Obviously he's playing really well, and it's always nice playing with him. He's got such a good swing. He goes for a lot of shots, he makes a lot of birdies, so it's always fun to watch."

TIGER WOODS (On his round Saturday): "Well, I'm happy with the way I hit it. I didn't putt very good. I didn't really make anything. Hopefully, tomorrow will be a lot better."

RYAN MOORE ON HIS PUTTING: "You know, for me it was putting.  I putted great yesterday, really pretty much made every good birdie chance or good par saving opportunity that I had. Today, I made some on the front, on my first nine, and then the second nine I did hit some good shots and just didn't capitalize. I hit good putts and just burned the edges. That's how it goes sometimes. I'm happy with how I'm putting and how I'm rolling it, just going to go work on the alignment a little bit and get it squared away."





More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something
See more »