Q. How do you feel about the people's comments, hearing them talk on the course? The audience feels that you are not communicating with each other or that you are mad at each other. How do you feel about that?
PABLO DEL OLMO: We have to adapt. This happens. Sometimes Jack Nicklaus doesn't say anything with his partner and sometimes, the partners speak to each other. I am just concentrating on playing and I don't need to talk to him all the time. Everything is fine between the two of us.
We played a little quick from 15 on. I was pushing him a little faster. We are going to take our time now and try not to make any mistakes.
ESTEBAN TOLEDO: We're not perfect. It's not that easy. It's a different format. It has nothing to do with him being better than me or him being better than me. It's a team and the system is different, the format is different.
I'm used to playing my own ball. So when it's two balls like this, it's very different because I don't necessarily agree with the choice of play, or we may have a different approach to how to play the ball. So at that point, we are not helping one another at that point. We just have to talk about it. I have a different game when I don't have to play according to his game. On a personal level I might play better because I don't have to play his ball.
Q. Which are the more difficult holes?
ESTEBAN TOLEDO: They are all difficult. I want Pablo to attack the par 5s because he is longer. So on the par 5s, we had to adjust so Pablo could drive the ball and I would have shorter clubs in.
When we were playing for birdies, if it was not my turn or his turn, it made a difference on the par 5s than the par 4s because we were alternating.
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