PADRAIG HARRINGTON: The weather is going to be a huge determinant on how the players enjoy this golf course. This golf course will all depend, it's set up for needing to hit the ball 300 yards plus off the tee, and you just can't do that if it's cold and wet and windy and all those sort of things.
So, if you're not getting that now, you're getting soaking wet rough down the fairway, it does become brutal. 60 degrees, yeah that, would make a difference. Yeah, it would make quite a difference. It would make as much as 20 yards on a drive, I would suggest, 60 to 80 degrees. I could see it making the golf course a lot tougher. But we're really talking about if it kind of came in a bit more wind and a little bit of rain with that, the fairways are wet or the rough was wet, then you're really starting to struggle, making the golf course exceptionally difficult.
JULIUS MASON: Questions?
Thank you very much, Mr. Harrington.
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