TREVOR IMMELMAN: Yeah, that's something that's kind of getting similar as the years have gone on. In the last couple of years on The European Tour, you've really seen the Tour officials make a good effort at making the golf course tougher. They have really started growing the rough up at all the tournaments. I think that's why in the last year or two you've started seeing guys who play on The European Tour play better in the majors, because the courses that we play over there on a weekly basis are really starting to get tougher. So when the guys get to the majors, it's not as big of a shock I think as what it was a little while back.
Other than that, I would just say the weather is a major part. In Europe you hit a lot of half shots, a lot of knock down shots, especially with the temperature, it's always a little cold, you know, in most places; whereas here, you always feel like you'd rather gear down and hit a full shot. So from a golfing point of view, that's the main difference I've noticed.
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