ERNIE ELS: You know, I was disappointed, obviously. I thought maybe I would have at least got into a playoff. So sitting on the putting green there with my dad and Jos was a little bit difficult, and then obviously when he made the putt, it was disappointing for me.
But I definitely wasn't devastated. I felt I played almost as good as I could on those final ten holes or whatever. He just played a little better than me. It's obviously a tournament that really would have meant so much for my career, but, you know, I really I can't put a dagger to my own heart because I did as good as I could and I just got outplayed. You've just got to move on and just keep going. I can't be too disappointed about things like that. It's only the second real chance I've had to win the Masters. My other chance was in 2000 and Vijay beat me, and this time.
SCOTT CROCKETT: Good luck this week.
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