BERNHARD LANGER: Well, in maybe preparing, playing a practice round, I pay great attention to the golf course, especially a new golf course because I have not been there. And yes, they give us wonderful yardage books, but there's a lot of information that is not in there. Especially on a golf course like this one. I believe you can play this course 50 times, 100 times and you would still see things that you didn't see before because how many bunkers is out there? I don't even know. I hear stories between 1,000 and 3,000, so I think they are all right because they are everywhere.
The wind changes the course so much, the angles of the greens. We have greens that are, what, 80 yards long or something, 72 yards long, I don't even know. There's so many different things you could need to know, whatever, and I just try to write as much information in my yardage book that might be helpful. Let's say I hit a bad tee shot and it goes somewhere in the long rough and I'll need to lay up. I can only hit a wedge or a 7 iron, so I need to know where to hit that club, you know, what angle and the whole deal. So I'm paying more attention to that kind of stuff than probably the average player.
Q. Have you ever run out of room on the yardage book for things to write?
BERNHARD LANGER: Yeah, sometimes there's so much, there's just certain holes where there's a lot in there already and there's just not a whole lot of room to make more notes. Yeah, that's true.
Q. That's pretty good, too.
JULIUS MASON: Thanks very much, Bernhard.
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