"I think it's a very fair test of golf," said Saunders, who missed the cut at the last two Nelsons in Irving. "There was a lot of thought put into all the slopes out there. You've got to think your way through it a little bit more than some of the courses we play."
"I think that's why I have so much respect for what he did and admire his career so much, because I didn't get to see my grandfather's firsthand like I got to see Tiger's growing up watching TV," Saunders said. "I know there's a lot of parallels there."