The MastersApril 9, 2016

Kevin Kisner sums up how difficult Augusta National is playing Saturday

We'll be hearing all Saturday how tough Augusta National is playing with the high winds, cooler temperatures and dry and slick putting surfaces.

Kevin Kisner summed up the conditions, and how pumped he was to be finished playing, with this quote after his third round.

Kisner's sense of humor was caught by CBS microphones earlier in the day, too. On the 12th hole, as the wind started to change directions on his tee shot, his caddie, Duane Bock, asked Kisner to check the swirling wind.

Kisner's reply? "It doesn't much matter. I'm in last place."

The PGA Tour pro grew up 20 minutes away in Aiken, S.C., and says he has attended the Masters as a patron over 15 times, but is playing in his first Masters this week. He did well to make the cut. And now he gets to watch the rest of the participants battle the elements, just like he did earlier in the day.