SI: IS IT TOUGH PLAYING WITH SUCH A BIG LEAD?
JL: LEADING WIRE-TO-WIRE IS A DRAIN. THAT'S WHY I DID A FLOP AFTER HOLING THAT PUTT ON 18. IT WAS A RELIEF.
SI: You started with an eight-shot lead on Sunday, but David Toms's 63 made it interesting.
JL: It would have been really ugly if I hadn't made the putt on the last hole. David made me work for it.
SI: Did you have an uh-oh moment?
JL: When David eagled 16 and I didn't birdie the hole, that was an uh-oh moment. I thought, I need to make two good pars on the last two holes. As it turned out, I only needed a par and a bogey.
SI: Last week Kenny Perry said he fought the fear of becoming the guy who blew a big lead at Colonial. Did you have similar thoughts?
JL: I had a few of those creep into the back of my mind, certainly.
SI: Your daughters are 20 months and two months old. How does traveling with the family affect you?
JL: It's great. I love having them here, and I love being a dad.