GEOFF OGILVY: It's more of a patience test than some tournaments, yeah, because any one bad shot and you can make a double before you know it. Because if you miss it in the wrong spots, it's really awkward. And some chip shots, you feel fortunate to be able to chip them on the green from some spots if you get uphill and downwind or something.
It's nothing like a U.S. Open in the fact that even if you hit it in the rough, you've got some chance, you've got some chance here. But you do have that thought in your head of where to miss it like you do in some of those tough tournaments that you don't have at the birdie fests. You don't think about where you miss it at the birdie fests; you just aim it at the pin and hit it. These, you really think, do I need to hit it all the way back to the pin because if I hit it over the back, I'm done, so you have to think about where you leave it. So I guess in that respect it's like that I guess.
DAVE SENKO: Thanks, Geoff.
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