Everyone keeps talking about how fast the ball moved at the "high" elevation of Madrid and what terrible placement of the tourney right before the FO etc... Well Madrid is only like 2000 or so feet. That's not very high at all. That's Las Vegas elevation if that. Not really a factor at all. It's not like they were playing up in the mountains in Aspen or something. Now not trying to start anything out here - I'm a big fan of both guys and love to see the rivalry continue...I just wanted to put the whole elevation thing into some real perspective. I've played in real elevation - 8000+ ft and that does take some getting used to...but Las Vegas elevation or the foothills around Los Angeles? Not really.