Q. How much experience do you have on is this type of rough? Not that you've been in it much.
PAUL LAWRIE: Well, from my tee shots, quite a lot. (Laughing).
ALASTAIR FORSYTH: As much -- probably as much as most guys, really. I think when you travel so much, you get used to playing on grainy greens and different types of grass all the time. Obviously it is awkward, but I think since the Tour goes to Asia, South Africa, Australia, essentially all over the world, I think everybody is getting more and more used to it. It's not as such a big deal as it used to be.
Q. Your last nine holes today and your first nine today add up to 58 shots. Have you had anything like that before?
PAUL LAWRIE: Well, yesterday afternoon again -- but the front nine we didn't play badly. We or out 2-under and didn't make my putts. The back nine we started to hole a couple and we played well. Then the front nine again today. I know it sounds a bit together but really it didn't feel like that. We didn't hole many putts. But the two nine together is obviously, what's that, 14? That's fantastic golf, it really is.
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