COLIN MONTGOMERIE: And I have, yes. No comment.
But, yeah, you can do a lot with a flat piece of land. Other areas of land you have to use more imagination, I suppose. And then also some piece of land you can't touch; some you can. You've got to be environmentally friendly to wildlife and all other sorts of things that come into it. There's a lot into it than just making a particular style of course that the terrain has a huge influence as to what we start with. But generally I like bunkers as hazards. I get really fed up with going where people, opponents of mine go into a bunker and play a wood out of them. That's never been a hazard in my book.
If you come to my course in Ireland, there's a place outside Dublin that we play the Nissan Irish Open on, actually. If you want to see a bunker, there's a bunker for you, there. There's a hazard. And I don't apologize for the fact that they are hazards. If you go into them, it's a half shot penalty. And that's what the bunker should be, is a hazard. There's a few, but I can't go into it right now; it would take too long.
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