One sounds as if he's ready to sit through a major examination, the other one seems to have turned up for a pub quiz.
Those seem to be the respective approaches of Tiger Woods and Lee Westwood. It will be interesting to see which attitude bears fruit.
Woods talked at length about the strategy needed to play Royal Lytham.
Listen to him talk about trying to avoid Lytham's most formidable line of defense: "The bunkers are staggered differently here," Woods said about the 206 sand traps on the golf course. "There's some forced carries to where you have to force it and then stop it or try to skirt past them. You can't just either lay up or bomb over the top. There has to be some shape to shots."
As for Westwood, his attitude couldn't be more laissez-faire.
"I think it's a fair golf course and one that's a lot harder than it looks at first impression," Westwood said. "People say it's very flat and almost dull-like, but the more you play, I think the more you enjoy it. I played a lot ...