FRED COUPLES: I said it yesterday, this course I grew up in Seattle, and one of my first years on Tour, when you get to a course, it reminds you of kind of where you grew up, and it's certainly tree lined and very lush, which Seattle was the same type of weather. There aren't many courses likes this in Seattle, or none, but tree lined and beautiful greens, and when you play well at the start, I'm sure if you asked anyone in their careers, they seem to snowball, and that's pretty much why I only play 18 or 20 events. It's ones that I like, whether it's the course or the way I've gotten there before, and I don't venture out there too much. But now as I get older, I've picked up a few events, and it kind of gets you a little more refreshed.
Like I went to San Antonio a few years back, never seen the course and played well because you've got to be on your toes. When you come here or Riviera where I've played 20 years, 25 years in a row, you kind of play them blindfolded. But this course is there's 30,000 people out there every day and it's kind of fun, and I know Jack does a phenomenal job. So for players, there's not another course like this besides the TPC and the four majors.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Fred, thanks.
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