GREG NORMAN: Ernie has an interesting situation because take golf out of the picture, his kids are going to start going to a school and staying at school for the next 15 years. So he's got to make a choice: Where does he want his kids to grow up, in London or South Africa or the United States. I think he's chosen London. Now he's got an interesting choice. He's basing himself in London from a family perspective, so now it's going to be, do I commute back and forth across the Atlantic, play at home for two weeks, commute back and forth? I don't care how young and fit you are, we all did it, it eventually takes a toll on you. It's going to be difficult for Ernie to maintain that enthusiasm, especially when now the other hard thing is going to be for him I went through this because I never went away for more than two weeks. Three weeks was very rare. You start missing your kids doing things, like whatever sport they want to play, and you're not there for them, they remember that.
We've got to remember we're international players unfortunately. I mean, unfortunately that takes away there's a lot of sacrifice because when you live in America you can always get home on Sunday night and leave Tuesday morning, and when you're an international player, you can't do that. So we lose a lot that the American players don't lose.
I feel for Ernie. I mean, we have spoken about it in the past and I'm sure he's smart enough and got great enough advice around him, he knows what he needs, but he's got to slow down because this running all around the world has caught up to him, I feel. Not his golf game, it is just his head. It tires you out. It's just tough.
RAND JERRIS: Greg, thanks very much for your time this afternoon. We wish you luck this week.
GREG NORMAN: You got it.
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