"I don't have visions that say 'We're going to go to level B and then we're going to eventually get to level A-minus and then we're going to get to level A," Justice said. "I don't work that way.
"Once you get on balance and everything, I want to be at level A all the time, and then I want to improve what level A really was.
"We're just going to keep trying to make it better. I don't know how, but we're going to try and make it better."
Landing Watson and Woods to go with Mickelson - and keeping the big names in the Mountain State for the final two rounds and Aerosmith's visit - would certainly add pizzazz to the culmination of this year's event.
Ted Potter Jr. is an affable, pleasant and talented golfer, but he can mosey through an airport without an autograph request.
The tournament could use a fourth-round leaderboard chock full of household names.
Other than that, it's hard to nudge the bar for this event. Not even last summer's derecho in the days leading up to the tournament could throw Justice and his team off track.
There's nary a piece of evidence of the storm that blew through June 29, 2012.
"People's expectations are so high and you can't let them down," Justice said. "To maintain and keep their satisfaction level, you've got to work extra hard."
Justice is thinking outside the tee box.
"Maybe a little more of the European flair would be good," Justice said. "You know, Sergio (Garcia) and Tiger playing together ..."
Let me stop you there, Jimmy. There's an Aerosmith song title for that one, too.
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