ERNIE ELS: Yeah, I think at the end of the day, it's maybe better to maybe play a lot of competitive golf leading into a major to see where you are in the competitive environment.
But there again, I've checked out the golf courses before the majors. I didn't have a great experience in Atlanta. Nothing against the golf course. I think it's good that they have that type of course before the Masters because the greens are very similar.
Talk about the eye, my eye just didn't feel good on that course. So I decided not to play that the last couple of years. I go up at least one day the week before. I'll go up the Thursday this year before Masters and then I'll go up there on a Monday Masters week. So I'll just have another look.
Other majors, it's funny, I've always played Loch Lomond, the Scottish Open, before the British and that's totally different golf. But I feel good on that course. I like playing there.
U.S. Open, they have the Buick Classic before now, I like going there always; that prepares me.
I think I've got a pretty nice formula. My majors here have been pretty well the last couple of years.
Q. Will you stay around here or you have the Tavistock here Monday Tuesday will you stay around here and practice?
ERNIE ELS: Yeah, exactly, we'll play the Tavistock deal, hopefully kick some butt there, and then Thursday I'll go up there. So I've got a nice week.
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