FRED COUPLES: One hole jumps out, there's a good stretch after you make the turn. 10, the par 5 and then you get 11 is a hell of a hole and 12. 12 is the one that you can play in the morning one day and not have any wind and hit a drive and an 8 iron to that green and play in the afternoon and have the pin in the back and have a 3 or 4 iron into the green. But everyone has got the same feel for it. You play one day in the morning, you play one day in the afternoon.
Yeah, it's a course where you have to have a lot of feel for what you're doing, because what you don't want is to totally misjudge a shot and have a putt where you're going up over some ridge, down a ridge and down in a corner and the odds of 3 putting, there's a pretty good chance of that. You just don't want to give away shots.
I think knowing the course and where these little ridges are certainly helps. When you make mistakes, you have to make up with a lot of birdies. There's a lot of guys that could make five or six birdies a round.
CHUAH CHOO CHIANG: Thank you and good luck this week.
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