PADRAIG HARRINGTON: I was here a month ago and there was very light rough, and I played around and really, really enjoyed the course playing that way. It was a lot of fun. This time around you come back and the rough is I don't know what they're saying, it's three inches, but it's as deep as you'd ever want rough to be, and it's much more of a test. It's much more serious now than it was four or five weeks ago. You could have a bit more fun. It was a course four or five weeks ago that I'd like to play a four ball on and just go out with some mates and enjoy it.
Now it's a bit more hard work with that rough off the tee. There's a certain amount of pressure on every tee box to hit the fairway. I know players are saying that even on holes where they might have an option of hitting a layup with a 3 wood off the tee that they might as well hit driver down there because they have some chance of hitting the green if they miss the fairway with a driver where if they lay up and miss the fairway they'd have no chance.
So it is a lot more it's not as much fun with that rough, that's all I can say. It's tough.
RAND JERRIS: Padraig, thank you very much for your time this morning, and we wish you luck.
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