Q. Gary, would you just comment on the play of Immelman and Weir who both had question marks over their heads coming in?
GARY PLAYER: I'm sorry. I'm not with you. Repeat that.
Q. The play of Trevor and Mike Weir today, who both had questions marks coming in.
GARY PLAYER: I heard you ask a question about Trevor Immelman and Mike Weir. Well, I certainly didn't think there was any question mark around Trevor Immelman. He played at the NEC and shot 66 the last round and did extremely well. He just played very well in the Canadian Open and he's swinging the club, his technique has improved beyond all recognition.
Mike I spoke to when he was in Canada about ten days ago and he said he had made a few changes and was feeling very good.
You know, golf is a strange game. I mean, today you shoot 66, tomorrow you shoot 73; it changes within hours. As I said to my guys, it doesn't matter what happened in the past or what happens in the present, when we tee up tomorrow, it's a new day, it's a brand new game. I mean, how often did Jack play in a tournament or I've played in a tournament I remember winning the British Open at Carnoustie, I was on the practice tee at 10 o'clock at night just playing awful. I suddenly said, well, I'm just going to try this particular thing, and from playing awful all week, just before I left at 10 o'clock at night, I found something that enabled me to win the Open in a matter of seconds. So it's a strange game, as the Scottish people say.
JAMES CRAMER: Gentlemen, thank you very much, and best of luck tomorrow.
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