THOMAS BJORN: Pete is the greatest coach I know. Pete is magnificent. His technical knowledge is second to none. Pete sometimes gets a bit carried away with the technical side of it and doesn't let his players play often enough, but I think it also has a lot to do with the way the players are. You're always looking for something, and that's what I said. We decided now that when it's good enough, it's good enough, go and play. Don't worry about anything, and that's what we're doing now. Pete leaves early in the week, so when it's golf, it's golf. Go and play golf.
We've been very guilty of in the past that he stays too long and it becomes -- on days after the round you stand there and work on your technique. Well, if you're in contention at golf tournaments, it's good enough, just go and play golf, and that's what we decided I have to do. We also know that I have to work very hard on my game and technique away from golf tournaments, and away from golf tournaments there isn't anybody better. He has been magnificent for me and he's been magnificent for a lot of players out here. His contribution I can't -- I mean, he's the best coach I've ever stood with on the driving range, and he does all the right things. Especially for me he does all the right things.
He's been great in this, and it's been hard work and long hours, and he puts in more long hours than anybody. He's been good to me.
Q. What's next for you? How excited are you to get back out there, and what do you think you can accomplish the rest of the year?
THOMAS BJORN: I'm going up next week to Scotland. I'm looking forward to that. I've played well on all three golf courses and I had a great British Open and great memories from St. Andrews, so I just can't wait to get up there and play again. I'm very excited about this week, but I'm also very excited about just getting out there and playing golf again.
I said to Ernie walking around today, we're probably glad we're not up there right now with this weather. We'd be in big trouble.
RODDY WILLIAMS: Thomas, thank you very much.
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