Regions Tradition Interview: Corey Pavintext sizeJune 07, 2013
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PHIL STAMBAUGH: Just a couple thoughts about the round? Had a lot of rain last night but most everybody said it's dried out pretty good. Did you play okay today?
COREY PAVIN: Yeah, I played well. Hit a lot of fairways and made some good medium range putts. Missed a couple putts that I would have liked to have made, they were 6‑footers. But all in all I played very solidly, happy with the round. It is soft out there, so that's why the scores are reasonably good.
PHIL STAMBAUGH: Any highlights to the round, any long putts or anything?
COREY PAVIN: Nothing really long. I think I just made some 12‑footers and 15‑footers, but no big bombs or anything, just a lot of good medium length putts.
PHIL STAMBAUGH: Four‑round event, second major. You didn't play the first one. Your thoughts about Shoal Creek?
COREY PAVIN: Well, I love Shoal Creek. I think it's a wonderful golf course. It's all right there in front of you. It's not tricked up, there's nothing out here that would even come close to saying anything negative. It's just a very solid golf course. You see everything in front of you and you get what you deserve out here for the most part. It's a very fair golf course.