DAVID TOMS: I mean, I don't know. I don't think it's going to be a trend. I think you have maybe a couple players that are capable of even competing strength-wise and everything else. I think she's one of them, with the power part of our game and everything. She can do it. Whenever she decides that she doesn't want to do that any more... I think when she's full-time on the LPGA Tour, winning their golf tournaments, why even? I think now it kind of brings attention to her game. Would she be making the money off the golf course if all she did was play ladies events? I mean, would it be the same?
To me, it's more of a story, and she's more of a story when she's trying to play our events, make cuts in our events. I think she's a bigger story trying to make the cut in the Sony Open than she is trying to win just a mediocre ladies event. I think so. I think it would be a bigger story - for her and everyone around her. That would be a bigger deal. I think that's probably why she's making the money off the golf course that she is, is because of that. She's able to compete with us. I think so anyway.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Thank you.
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