TIGER WOODS: There's no doubt about it. All it takes is about a foot or a yard here and there, and, you know, a good shot that could be 15 feet is now 50, 60 and you make a bogey here, you lip out a putt that, you know, was a good putt and you thought you made it, hits the top edge, it runs - power-lips and it's eight feet down the hill. That could happen very easily out here.
It doesn't take much, especially if the wind blows and you get a gust of wind on the greens. Yesterday when we were playing in the afternoon, I hit a putt that I thought for sure left short, went past the hole because I got a gust of wind take it and moved up the hill. That's what can happen here. Little things can add up to very big things here, and it doesn't take much. And a foot or a yard here and there, you walk away thinking, you know, I've played pretty good today and got absolutely nothing out of my round.
BILLY PAYNE: Thank you very much, Tiger.
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