DAVID PEPPER: Good morning, ladies and gentlemen, and particularly, John Hopkins. Thank you very much indeed for a most delightful dinner invitation last night. It was a wonderful evening, and much appreciated. And can I also say thank you very much indeed for all the coverage that so many of you have given this championship already, we much appreciate it, and hope you'll continue to do so for the rest of the week.
If I can hand you over to Peter Dawson, who would like to say a little about the golf course, and one or two other matters.
DAVID PEPPER: Well, as we explained at our press conference back in April, I think it was, we have made some changes to the recorders hut. It is, of course, the primary responsibility of the player to get the right score on his score card. But we felt that it was a little unfair to members of the host club once every ten years or so to actually be in a position to deal with the players, so now we have members The R&A, which -- we've set up a dedicated recording team of five of them and any one time two of them will be in the hut with the three players, and the ladies scorer will be there if the players want to make use of her. And occasionally, one of their caddies come in and then we have a second hut where all the other work will be undertaken. So we've, in effect, split it into two.
That apart, we've redesigned the card of the course, so that it's a little more user friendly, one or two minor changes on that, and we very much hope that the players are responsible in their own way to get it right, as well.