I think someone asked him why Aussie's are such good bunker players:
GEOFF OGILVY: I would say anyone who's played a lot of golf on the sand belt, the Royal Melbourne, Metropolitan, that's a real bunker shot. You've got nice lies all the time, but you've got not very much margin for error. It's not just landing it in the right spot, but with the right spin and the right height. It's just a lot narrower margin.
You could hit a great shot, but just not catch it right, it will release past the hole. A very fine line between a good and bad shot. I think if you can hit them close in Melbourne, you can hit them close anywhere. They're very deep bunkers in Melbourne, too, most of the time.
I don't know. I wouldn't have ever looked at or thought Aussies are really good bunker players.