DAVIS LOVE III: Well, as long as we guarantee it doesn't rain in May. No, I think it would be good. I've always like it's been brought up every four or five years since I've been on Tour, give us one major every month there for a stretch of five months and it would make a lot of sense.
You need warm weather. This year, you know, they would be worried about the Bermudagrass for May. In a normal year the golf courses are great in May. They're dry and fast and firm. We would have to, as a Tour, the staff and the players, would have to make some decisions about the golf course. It would look different when we came here in May; it would be browner and faster, I think more probably the way Pete designed it to play. And that might not be a good thing for us, but it might make the course play tougher.
Q. Is the Bermuda all grown in by the middle of May?
DAVIS LOVE III: It should be. All through Florida, every tournament they've complained about not enough Bermudagrass, too much ryegrass, too much rain, too cold. This time in May may not be as good as you want, but in an average year it would be okay.
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