PADRAIG HARRINGTON: Believe it or not, it depended huge amounts on the temperature. If the sun came out, the wind didn't feel like it was a strong wind. If the sun didn't come out, it didn't have had the effect. The temperature makes a huge difference to how the wind affects the ball. For all last nine holes, it backed up, or technically the last six or seven holes it warmed up quite a lot. The ball was traveling quite nicely through the wind, whereas I'm sure early on, if you were teeing off at 8:00 this morning, it didn't seem like the ball would go very far and would you have to make a big windup to hit it and that would not be very comfortable in the cold. When it warms up, things get easier. So the wind was it was a reasonable wind, but depending on the temperature, really affects how it plays.
It has an effect, but it has even more of an effect in the morning when it's cold. Once it warms up, a warm wind doesn't have anywhere near the same effect as a cold wind. That's why I'm saying. It sounds like it dropped a little bit on the back nine, but I think that's because the temperature rose a little bit. It always feels nicer with a warm wind.
GORDON SIMPSON: Okay, Padraig, I think your lunch definitely beckons. Thanks very much.
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