“Right now I happen to be in a little bit of a phase where I’m not feeling my best, but it’s certainly manageable with some therapy and some soft tissue stuff,” Frazar said. “I’m doing the best I can. I’m not 25 anymore, and my body’s just taken a beating. I need to do a better job of taking care of it.”
“If it’s a pretty tough test, it’s even better,” Karlsson said. “This week is probably not as good for Olympic Club because it’s completely different conditions. You have Bermuda grass here. You won’t have that over there. We’re going to have hot conditions here, even though the weather forecast looks nicer than normal. But it’s just mentally as I said to keep playing and hopefully if you can play well as well, it boosts the confidence a bit.”
“Nobody has beaten me over 144 holes still. It’s those extra ones,” Karlsson said with a smile.
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