"Playing with Corey, the first six holes, crazy, like every shot is right on it and then he putted good," Kim said. "I was just trying hard myself. Just trying to hit my shot, just trying to hit my putt. That's why it was a pretty good back nine."
"I was trying to hit to the left edge of the bunker, with the wind," Kim said. "It was a 9-iron. I saw the bounce, but I never saw it go in."