RORY SABBATINI: You know, this is a course that apparently seems to set up for long hitters. It's a course that I think the premium is putting the ball in the fairway off the tee. It doesn't matter how far you have it. If you can advance your approach shots around the greens, you've still got an opportunity to save par. If you drive it in the rough, you're not going to have that. It doesn't matter how far you hit it up there; this course is just too long to give you that benefit.
Yes, there are the odd occasions out there where there are some shorter par 4 that if you do hit it in the rough that you give yourself an opportunity. But the course is just the premium is put the drive in the fairway. From there, if you get it around the greens or on the green, you're going to have an opportunity.
That's kind of the approach I had. You know, some of the shorter par 4s I was hitting 5 and 6 irons into the green. The premium for me of being able to do that was far more beneficial than taking out a driver and trying to hit it all the way up there by the green.
JULIUS MASON: Rory, thank you very much for coming down and joining us today.
RORY SABBATINI: Thank you.
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