DAVIS LOVE III: I think the fairways are so firm and fast. It played long because of some of his doglegs where we had to kind of play lay-up and not really blow it around corners, which everybody in the architecture business is trying to do a little bit more of that. Instead of sweeping 14 around the corner, he just blocked the whole corner basically for the long hitters. If you want to hit it over, you're going to go through into the Marsh. He made it where the guy that carries it 300 has to be very, very precise and he's taking a big risk.
The guy -- I think Todd hit an iron off the tee and kept it way back and put it up where he had a long shot but he played it safe.
It will give you more alternatives to play. I think Tom, he used the -- he doesn't have a whole lot really to work with with the land, with the restrictions of the, I don't even know what they call it, the preserve out there.
I think we want it hard. 11-under par, 12-under par, you don't see that a whole lot on TOUR. I think it's nice, even though some guys complain about how hard it is, still shot 11-under; and USGA wouldn't be happy with it. But if they had deep rough it, would have been very, very difficult.
JOE CHEMYCZ: Davis, thank you.
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