Q. Is it the length?
COLIN MONTGOMERIE Of course hitting shots into it's not just the length, it's the design of the greens and the way the pin locations are, hitting a longer club in. Of course, there's less spin, there's less control, and of course that ball is going to go off into positions where you don't want to be, and sometimes you can't two putt.
The whole thing gets more difficult every shot you hit. Yeah, not just because of length, but the overall firmness and hardness of the thing. 72 I think becomes a very good score, it has the last three or four years, 72.
I think scoring at the Masters has gone up over the last five years. The days of scoring 64 or 65 around the Masters course, I think you'll find this year, a thing of the past.