And they could, if they wanted, insist on this weekend's gucci shoes cheap match being played in the open air as the standard protocol for Tests at the Millennium is that both sides must agree to the retractable roof being closed.
Wales, 23-21 winners away to Ireland in their tournament opener last weekend, are unlikely to have any qualms about playing 'indoors'.
But nor are Scotland, according to captain Ross Ford, even though their handling game let them down badly in decent conditions at Murrayfield during last Saturday's 13-6 loss at home to England.
"We've asked for the roof to be closed, so that guarantees us a nice dry ball to go out and play the way we want to," Ford said.
"We believe we've got the ability there to put pressure on Wales with the way we want to play and we'd prefer it if the roof was closed," the hooker added.
"We have had victories in the worst weather conditions, but I think you would be hard pressed to find a rugby player who enjoys the wet and the cold.
"We're going down there with the intention of closing the roof and playing."
In Gregor Laidlaw, nephew of Scotland great Roy, the visitors will have a 'running' fly-half in contrast to Dan Parks, who retired from international duty after the England defeat and was renowned for his ability to direct operations with the boot in the wet.
But Laidlaw will be looking to the forwards and scrum-half Chris Cusiter to provide him with quick ball in a bid to spark a Scotland back division that, for all the talent of the Lamont brothers and Max Evans in particular, has now gone four games without a try.
"Greg for Edinburgh in the Heineken (European) Cup this year, everything that's been asked of him he's gone out and done it," Ford said. "That's the type of man he is.
"I'm sure he will carry on in the same vein down in Wales on Sunday."
World Cup semi-finalists Wales will be firm favourites to win this weekend but the 27-year-old Ford added: "It is a big challenge, going down to Wales always is.
"Wales are coming off a good win in Ireland, but we believe gucci bags cheap we've seen enough from how Ireland played them and that we've got the ability in our squad to go down there and win.
Woods, back at the pro-am celebrity event for the first time in a decade and hunting his first victory on the PGA Tour in more than two years, evoked memories of his glory days.
He was in sparkling form off the tee, a little frustrated by his approach play and could have been at least two or three shots better had a few well-struck putts not halted inches short of the cup or slipped past the edge.
"I drove it great, I had it on a string for most of the day," Woods told reporters after hitting 11 of 14 fairways and 15 of 18 greens in regulation on the most difficult of the three venues hosting this week's event.
"I just wasn't very good with my irons so I'll have to go and work on that. I left a few putts out there ... and I didn't give myself enough looks when I had wedges in my hand."
With barely a breath of wind on the picturesque Monterey Peninsula, scoring conditions were near-perfect and Woods knew it was crucial not to end the first round too far adrift.
"When the scores are like this, I can't get too far behind the lead," said the 36-year-old American. "Hopefully tomorrow I can get it going over there at Monterey. It will be an important day to put it together and make some birdies."
Woods made a sizzling start with consecutive birdies, gucci shoes 2012 hitting a superb approach to three feet at the par-four 10th and narrowly missing an eagle putt from 14 feet at the par-five 11th.