LEWISTON, NY -- Wednesday morning, the 59th annual Porter Cup golf tournament tees off at 8 a.m. Australian Harrison Endycott returns to defend his title.

Two On Your Side's Stu Boyar caught up with Endycott during a practice round Monday. Endycott told Stu he's never seen the golf course look this good.

He said there will be plenty of birdie opportunities, but that patience is a key for him.

"You're going to have a lot of birdie chances here, but at the same time you can get out of position very quickly. So my main goal this week is to be really patient, give myself as many opportunities as I can. My game feels strong enough to definitely make putts and make some birdies, so if we stay patient, there's no reason why I can't make a few."

Endycott was a one stroke winner last year against Gavin Hall, the Pittsford New York native who will play in his 6th and final Porter Cup this week.