THOMAS BJORN: Yeah, it's obviously a special Open. I went to the British Open 2000 and I had never played St. Andrews before which is actually an amazing thing for someone that has been on The European Tour for, that was my fifth season; and I played amateur golf and I had never played St. Andrews. There were a couple of people that said to me going up there, "If you've never played St. Andrews before, you'll not know where to go and you'll never do well there"; and I finished second.
I have some great memories from there. I think it's a very small place in the world that you stand on the first tee and you just think, "Wow, this is all about golf." This is just the place to be. You give just a little bit more of yourself when you play St. Andrews. I think the Dunhill Links proves that more than any other golf tournament, because when you play the Old Course in the Dunhill Links, you might just stay with it a little bit longer than you do any of the other golf courses because it's where golf is supposed to be played.
GORDON SIMPSON: Thank you very much.
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