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The Tour Report

May 23 2010

3:40 PM

Gay's scouting report

All players have now reached the back nine. Jason Day, Jeff Overton and Blake Adams are tied for the lead at 10 under, with two players at 8 under.

Brian Gay is one of the players at 8 under (along with Tom Pernice Jr.). Gay has already finished his round with a 7-under 63.

Asked by the PGA TOUR Network what the leaders can expect down the stretch, Gay offered a scouting report on the final five holes:

Par-4 14th: Gay said the tee shot is the toughest shot on this hole. "You've got to put the ball in the fairway," he said

Par-4 15th: Gay said the pin, which is on the front right, is an accessible pin

Par-5 16th: "Tough pin on the back shelf," Gay said of the second-easiest hole on the course.

Par-3 17th: "You never know what the wind will be doing.," he said.

Par-4 18th: "One of the hardest tee shots you'll ever hit," he said.