Q. Muirfield, the British Open?
TOM WATSON: What course?
Q. The British Open.
TOM WATSON: The course -- they've added length to three tees, and I don't think those tees -- it's not golf course to affect me that much, if they lengthened holes like No. 10, No. 1, holes like that, then I'm going to be in real disadvantage then. It probably is the toughest opening hole in all of Open golf, No. 1. There's not a question about that. And if -- there are certain holes there you have to get by 1, 6, 10 and then you have the opportunities on these other holes at Muirfield. And I'm sure that's what players -- players think about when they play that golf course, including Tiger. But it's awfully nice to be able to hit that ball about 300 yards out there in the air. Old folks like me can hit it like 250, 245. There's one hole there that may pose a problem is No. 11 for me, and back in the old days I could drive the ball a little farther in the air, and that's a long carry into the wind -- they have a hill you must go over. And I'm not sure whether -- I'm pretty sure they'll keep the rough pretty much the same place. But you have to hit it really solid into the wind to get it into the fairway. Much like No. 10 at Bethpage, which was a mistake. I had two different yardages there, one yardage, one of my friends said it was 257 carry, and the other said it was 247 carry to get into that fairway. And 15 players in a row did not carry that ball in the fairway at Bethpage on No. 10 on Friday. You don't do that.
CRAIG SMITH: Thank you very much. Congratulations.
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