Fear is not a word that describes what I feel when I step out on a tee with Tiger. He's the best player in the world. But it's more of a challenge. That's the word. Challenge. I love that challenge. I love that stage. To play with Tiger, and to see the circus that surrounds you, it makes me focus on my game. It's intense. A different atmosphere.
I've been saying all year that my main goal is to keep having fun and learning.
The support was awesome. The parents are here and they don't get to come too often and they're going to be here this week and next week and a lot of people from Central and South America flew in. It was fun, a lot of fun. They have always supported me and it was good to give them a little smile back.
The support was awesome. The parents are here and a lot of people from central and South America flew in. They have always supported me and it's good to give them a little smile back.
The support here was awesome. A lot of people from Central and South America flew in. It's fun.
I've always said it: I don't want to be the only Columbian playing on the PGA Tour, so, guys, just play some good golf and come join me here.
Sometimes when you play a golf course for the first time, you just got to be committed to your targets.
You never know. I'm sure she's down about it. She's only 16 and she's going to keep learning. She's got a lot of pressure on her, but she handled herself well out there.
There's a lot of golf to be played.
It was awesome. I was not expecting that crowd. I heard a lot of Colombians and I heard a lot of Gators out there. They were yelling, they were screaming and they were just motivating me and supporting me.