ERNIE ELS: Technically I think I'm a lot better than I was when I started out. I think my swing has changed a lot, too, through the years. That's what we do as professionals. You know, you try and perfect your techniques and your game. I've worked hard with that with the help of David Leadbetter and guys like that. I definitely hit more greens than I did back then. Maybe hitting more greens, you don't make as many putts, you know. I would say early in my career I probably made more putts than I do right now. I may be a more streaky putter. So yeah, that's that.
I would also say that I've seen the changes in technology. That's also helped our game, especially with our generation right now. We don't play wooden clubs anymore, we don't play the old golf ball that only goes 270. So it's changed a lot in the mechanics of the game.
KELLY ELBIN: Ernie, Sergio and Fred Couples, 1:15 on Thursday afternoon. Ernie, thanks very much.
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