"I think the key to my round, I missed the fairway on one and then left it pretty far short of the green and I had a really tough little pitch shot that I zipped up the fringe and got it to like an inch," Faxon said. "Then I made a long putt for birdie on two and a really long putt for birdie on three and it was just kind of the whole day was setting the tone by the first three holes."
"There was really nothing to predict this round," Faxon said. "But I'm excited about playing. My wife (Dory) came in yesterday and we were talking about just playing golf and not worrying too much about stuff. And it happened."