Q. Any disadvantage to going off this afternoon?
GREG NORMAN: I don't know what it was like this morning. I didn't pay any attention, to tell you the truth. This golf course is probably one of the best shot-makers golf courses out here. You've got to fit the ball all the way. You can't just get up there on any tee and hit it straight. You've got to get up on every tee and fade it or draw it and the second shot is either a fade or a draw. The wind makes it that much more difficult. But irrespective, you've still got to hit the same kind of shot, no wind or with wind.
Q. With the small, small greens, is that conducive to making more birdies?
GREG NORMAN: More bogeys, too. It's tough. You've got a very, very small landing area to get at, and these greens are a little firmer today. But it makes you play from tee-to-green, this golf course, it's a classic.
Q. Seeing a score like Davis Love's, does that change your plan of attack or is it way too early in the tournament?
GREG NORMAN: It's way too early. You know when you're teeing off in the afternoon the first day, you're going to have somebody up there shooting 8-under, 9-under, 6-under, 7-under.
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