FRED COUPLES: You know, I've only played with Vaughn Taylor one time, and actually, I do watch him hit balls. I think he's got a very good swing. When you see people playing well, you just kind of want to take a minute to see what they do, and that's kind of what I've done. I played one hole in a rain delay and I joined his group because everyone was withdrawn and I played one hole with him. But it's not like I don't pay any attention.
Everyone kind of has an edge, and I don't really know what edge he has. I know he's very feisty and fiery, which I think is a good thing. That's probably what he meant. But I don't think Ian Poulter I think Vaughn may be someone who can in correct words would lose it a little quicker than most, which I think is a good thing for golf. I have no problem when a guy gets slightly upset. I don't think he should be ranting and raving, but to be upset when you're in the playing well or if something happens is a good thing. I think Ian Poulter is very much the opposite but I don't know.
Q. No head-butts?
FRED COUPLES: That's a new thing for us. We'd rather kick well, no, they have helmets and pads.
GORDON SIMPSON: Thank you very much.
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