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2009 PGA Championship winner Y.E. Yang fired a 7-under 65 to take the lead at the Chevron World Challenge. Hear from the players after Round 2 at Sherwood Country Club.
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For people. She's it's improved in. Now very different -- -- contends. I have a little more focus in my practice now. Monday practice -- -- kind of work on things that I need to work on were in the past I'll just blast away just to hit balls you know. So little more purpose in my practice. You know on the type of personal so competitive and I get the plane in bad. You'll see me play a lot of weeks but if I'm playing pretty good I'll probably just kind of stay back can just play few here and there and they can choose to. The better -- I think this better for me and my game. It's been this is week six or seven for me on the -- which is very unusual for me to quite play as many to assign a runs. I'm feeling great Todd right now not. You know when you we need to look at this event you've got some great flies flags. I -- what ranking points this year for the first time. You know I can I can live up significantly in the world rankings and get myself constantly in the top ten -- -- you know I yeah I teed up yesterday pretty pumped Scott Aaron's -- in this felt strong. You know -- -- of -- you can -- your -- some. Actually maybe today it was a few more eating in the balance. And -- if you had to pitch -- hit it agreed to toast of take him to pin positions here you know if you hit a slightly strange and you know when you get around sided opinion that it really is tough fan so there's certain amount of fan. Intimidation every shot taken had to go to when you make birdie we have found near the end of -- focused.