Q. Nice round. Just your thoughts on getting up there, now you're tied for the lead.
GARY WOODLAND: Today was good. We played well enough where I was hitting most of the shots and Charley was hitting most of the putts. We were both in a rhythm, which was nice. I only hit, I think, three putts maybe outside five feet today. For the most part, we were both in a rhythm all day. Especially in this format, that's definitely what you need.
Q. What's the goal tomorrow?
CHARLEY HOFFMAN: To win.
Q. What are you going to have to do to get that?
GARY WOODLAND: Best ball, you've just got to be aggressive. You've got to give both give ourselves a chance to make putts.
CHARLEY HOFFMAN: Two chances are key. Aggression is great, but two looks at birdie on every hole is the most important thing.