By Mike DeFabo - Special to The Washington Times Shares
"I believed I could compete at that kind of level out here," Guthrie said. "I didn't know how I was going to handle that amount of golf. You don't play that many four-round tournaments until you get out here, which it's fine for a couple weeks because the adrenaline is going. But after a couple months to keep playing well was nice, and to keep it rolling. I'm happy with how I've responded to it that."
"It's hard, because you come out to a site like this and you just want to practice all day long and hang out here all day long," Guthrie said. "You have to go back and do an assignment. It's hard to do, but I worked for four years toward a degree and it's silly to stop now."