Q. Has this course been set up to neutralize you, as well, like you said Valderrama was?
PAUL AZINGER: It's a home course advantage, and they clearly took advantage of it. Somebody suggested to me the possibility of having somebody that's neutral set up the golf course. And I don't know about that, but I think the golf course has definitely neutralized the strength of the American team. We have a more powerful team, big hitters like Tiger and Phil Mickelson and David Duval and Davis love, they've got to pull back the reins. I'm not saying that you guys have a short team on the European side, but certainly not as long. And I think if it was driver on driver, we might have a little bit of an edge, but the driver has been taken out of our hands for the most part. It's more of an even playing field in that respect. I really believe the teams are so evenly matched, I really do believe that. And what Sam is going to do is the guys that aren't playing well, he's going to let them sit. And that's just the way it is. And it keeps it real close.
Q. The Tiger-proofing, is the worst example of that the 10th hole, which would be a very --?
PAUL AZINGER: The 10th hole? I think that people think that on a Tiger-proof golf course you have to lengthen it. That doesn't Tiger-proof the golf course. If you force Tiger to hit it the same distance as everybody else, then you've Tiger-proofed it. But if you want me to comment on No. 10?
Q. Yes, please.
PAUL AZINGER: I'm really surprised. I always felt like No. 10 is the greatest match play hole I've ever seen. A lot can happen there. And we're relegated to 7-iron, pitching wedge. And there's not a lot of drama in that. But tons of drama if guys can crank 3-wood or long iron on that green. I don't know if they intend to move it up or keep it back later in the week. We have five or six guys that can go on the green from where it used to be, and I don't know how many they have.
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