VIJAY SINGH: You know, I feel like he's played a lot of college golf in America, so he's very, very familiar with the surroundings. He goes out there and place practice rounds with American players and plays practice rounds with me so he's very comfortable with America. He did great in America this year. Almost won twice and had a few Top 10 finishes. He's very comfortable and I think he's going to go on and, you know, win a tournament here soon.
I think next year, or the year after, he's played quite well. Thongchai Jaidee, he's one of the stronger Asian Tour players or Asian players around right now, but the only problem is he's uncomfortable in America and he goes out and plays practice rounds on his own and sits around in the locker room on his own. I think he needs to go out and enjoy the company of other players and feel a little bit more comfortable.
I've been talking to him a little bit, but they have really good food in America, as well, good Asia food. I love eating; they have great Thai food in America, as well. So there's no reason for Thongchai Jaidee not to qualify. I think he's got all the ability to be able to qualify and play good in the States. It's only a matter of how much he wants to stay there and play.
GORDON SIMPSON: Vijay, thank you very much, and enjoy a good week at HSBC.
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