Maybe it's crazy to think a guy who had never won a major before last month is going to win back-to-back Opens, but he's an impressive player. He's got the length to dominate any course, and Carnoustie plays long. He's a terrific iron player we saw that at Oakmont. The weakest part of his game is putting, and I think the typically slower greens at Carnoustie might be his cup of tea.
He hasn't even played in the British Open in five years, but he's been playing some of his best golf in '07. His runner-up finish at the AT&T Invitational was his second of the year. He was a contender at Oakmont until his putting blew up on the final nine. He's been driving it well, and he's normally an outstanding putter. I wonder how much cheese will fit in the Claret Jug?