TOM WATSON: I tell you, the 10th tee is the coldest place in Scotland. Every day it's cold there. You come, you play up nine like that, you get a little bit cold on the green, you go over to 10 tee and, God, it's cold on that tee. 10 and 11 tee. And but I the wind really was the same wind as we played yesterday and the first two days. It really didn't vary in direction. It was basically just the same wind. So we got to know the wind. And we got to know the golf course playing this type of wind.
As you saw, as I said, nobody, nobody was familiar with this golf course when we first played it this week. Nobody. And you just saw the scores get better and better and better as the week went by. Obviously the wind had something to do with that, but I would suspect that the next time we play here, which I hope we do, if we had the same type of wind that we had the first day, that the players would probably get around here a little bit easier. They got to know the golf course.
PHIL STAMBAUGH: Tom, congratulations. Thank you.
TOM WATSON: Thank you.
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