Q. How does it change your approach, do you have to back off? How do you approach the course when the greens are like this?
RETIEF GOOSEN: When the greens seem this perfect, it's not like last year where you just fly it straight at the flag. You have to really work the ball a little bit more and try and land it more on the right side of the flag and hope it bounces over. There's a lot of holes out there that's going to be impossible to get it on the green, but I would say No. 10 today would be probably an impossible tee.
Q. So you add a little caution to your approach?
RETIEF GOOSEN: Yeah, you've got to try to keep it -- the greens are really speeding up. You'd rather have a 25-footer up the hill than that 10-footer down the hill with a big break. Some of the greens are getting very hard and fast now.
Q. Was it like this yesterday?
RETIEF GOOSEN: Yesterday they were pretty fast but nothing like they are today. Tomorrow is probably going to be even worse.
Q. Does it sort of separate the shot-makers?
RETIEF GOOSEN: Yeah, I think so. There won't be anybody just running away with it. Keeps the field bunched up, and the better players go to the top.
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