"I was hitting it solid, that's the big thing," Lehman said. "I was hitting it in the middle of the clubface most of the time and able to control the ball as much as I could and put it in the spots where I could make pars. That's all I tried it do was make a bunch of pars and I made a bunch of pars."
"That's Kenny Perry. That's the kind of player he's always been," Lehman said. "When he gets going, he really gets going. He makes a lot of putts. He hits it so long that he shortens up every golf course that he plays. Therefore, if his putter is working, he's going to make a lot of birdies."