There are a number of golfers who are playing great golf in their 40s.
Golf is flexibility, and I notice more guys injured. You can overdo this conditioning.
I played a lot of other sports at school and just one day the golf bug bit me and I started playing serious golf from when I was ten years old.
I've always been kind of a shy guy. Not very outgoing. I might not start a conversation, but if somebody else does, I'll chat away.
I do like match play. I like trying to match an opponent shot for shot. It's a challenge. And it's something different.
I hang around under the radar. Nobody is bothering me for interviews.
I mean, to win a major, you've got to be a good player and you've got to get your breaks, as well, to win.
Just about every player on tour has a bad back. It's just one of those games that does mess you up a little bit. You've got to keep looking after it.
Golf is growing, and there are more good young players, but you don't see them going abroad. It's so expensive to travel.
I remember winning the first time, you know, suddenly everybody expects, well, okay, now he should win every time he tees it up, win six tournaments.
I'm a good listener.
I'm not that clued up on the American sports yet, really.
I've got an L3 bulging disk and degenerating disk. It's bulging in two places. Yeah, it's not good.
Majors are important but so is every other tournament I play.
Pretty much whoever wins the tournament at the end of the week is the guy that putted probably the best.
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