Q. Two part question. Did you feel as relaxed out there as you looked?
GEOFF OGILVY: I was pretty comfortable. It's weird. I mean, I said it to you earlier in the week. It's like public speaking in front of 20 people is quite an awkward thing to do. Public speaking in front of 1,000 people is fine because it's all just a blur. There's just so much craziness and background noise and stuff going on. But it's just kind of a big blur in the background and you're just probably focused a little bit better and you get on with it. I quite enjoy it, too.
Q. What was the most interesting thing said over two days in that threesome, particularly if it was said between Tiger and Phil?
GEOFF OGILVY: I didn't hear anything that they were saying to each other actually. I don't know, they were talking I guess they were talking about normal stuff, schedule or what club did you hit there or I don't know. I don't think they were talking about where they were going to go to dinner tonight. I don't know, I didn't really listen too much, to be honest with you.
What we want to have is variety, gained by utilizing all the best natural features of the land, and alternating the holes of various lengths. The shape and nature of bunkers can be varied with immense advantage. How often do we see a delightful landscape spoilt by the creation of a number of symmetrical pots, or banks, or humps, made apparently at so much a dozen! And this landscape might have been improved and made still pleasing to the eye by planting judiciously off the course irregular clumps of whins, or broom, or rough grasses, or possibly small birch trees and Scotch firs. H.S. COLT