“I'm just going to keep kind of doing what I've been doing, which is not really getting that worked up about anything,” he said. “I think having a good attitude is a big advantage out here, especially in the position I'm in. So if I can keep that up and the physical skills stay where they are at, I should hopefully have a chance on Sunday.”
Rounds of 66-68 have Tringale tied for the lead with defending champion Adam Scott. He maintains, though, that playing with the former No. 1 won’t affect him in Saturday’s third round.
“I think my juices would be flowing regardless. I'm excited. He's been the No. 1 player in the world just until this last month. It's very exciting and very cool. I'm looking forward to the challenge and to a fun day.”