I talked to some of the people, the Mirasol people, and the members love it. They are booked from 8:00 to 3:00 every day and they have more guests playing this course than the other one. So that ought to tell you something.
When we are building golf courses, I always build for the members and maybe the members like they have got one that they think is a little shorter and a little easier and they have one over here that's really hard. So they like the variety.
It will be interesting to see the comments over the course of the week. I think the lower your score, the better your comments will be. The, as usual.
Q. 23 , 24 under last year, is there any way to compare what might happen this year?
DAVIS LOVE III: I think the scores will be higher. But you never know with these guys. They should be higher. It should play a lot harder. One, because of the length and two because of the it depends where they put the pins, too. They get them close to the edges that's what they said at Pinehurst, if you could move the pin three feet more to the middle of the green, we could make it a lot more birdies. So they kept it over by the edge. If they keep them on the edges of the slopes, it will be harder to make birdies. If they give us some middle of the green pins, move some tees up like on 3, maybe we can make a pretty good score.
But I think just like Eagle Trace and Heron Bay, it's going to really depend upon the wind.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Davis, thank you.
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