FRED COUPLES: Later on in the year you'll start to see a new winner too because guys are going to slow down playing. If you are going to tell me a young guy is going to go in Bay Hill or Memorial, Bart Bryant did it. He won last year. He's had a nice little stretch. It is phenomenal stuff. I watched a lot of these guys play, I am 45 now. I am an avid watcher of top players. And there is a nice jump from, you know, top ten in the world down to the other guys, but they can still win. But as you said, it is an elusive win, because normally when you are playing a round, this time you are battling one of those top players. In my opinion they are going to win 60 percent of the time, 70 percent of the time. They go heads-up against you. If you throw in another guy, you've got to beat Phil on Sunday and maybe Retief. But it is a lot of fun for a young guy to come out here and be near the lead. Lukas Glover has played very well this year, he is very close. It is nice to see that. It is not to say that I'm right because I don't feel like there are going to be ten first-time winners this year, but come August, September when we start getting some of the other tournaments, you'll see some guys, younger guys, winning, there is no doubt in mind. That makes it exciting too.
As I said earlier, the only problem I have is the purses. In my opinion it shouldn't be the same with a so-called lesser field than when there is a stronger field, when top players battle it out, it should be seven million. When the field is weaker, it should be two or three. That's my opinion. Everybody's got there opinion. A win is a win. If you can go win a PGA Tour event, you shouldn't worry about what you won as far as defeat and beating a field.
If I was a 30-year-old and never won and went to play a tournament in September and won, that would be so unbelievable. I wouldn't say, Geez, I won $900,000, but I won a PGA Tour event. And that is the way I look at it. If I was 30 years old, it might be a different story.
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