I'm kind of a perfectionist, and it gets in the way with my putting sometimes. Golf is a messed-up game. When you feel you've figured it out is when you're going to struggle.
I'm pretty sure it was for Michelle, not me. I had fun. It was great. The crowd was awesome. She was definitely more calm today and she played awesome. I mean, wow! She hit some great shots.
I had no shot when I got to my ball, I started focusing on hitting a good third shot on the green.
I hit my tee shot, looked up at the board and see I'm in second and Tiger's leading, so I'll see what I can do. Hopefully, make a nice little par on 18 and play with him. ... You guys saw 18.
I played well and maybe I'm going to be a little short of one big goal I had. But you know what, I gave it my best and hopefully there will be plenty of Masters for me in the future.
I gave it my best, and it looks like it's not going to happen. Hopefully, there will be plenty of Masters for me in the future.
I don't know (if I was a natural). I did practice. I just had fun. I never had pressure from my parents to play the game. They were always very supportive and they helped me and things worked out pretty well.
Hopefully, I'll be ready to meet Michelle and play well. It's going to be a great experience. I know there will be a lot of people. I know there will be a lot of distraction. But the bottom line is there's 18 fairways and 18 greens, and you have to hit them.
If I get to the point where I don't want to play a course because I think it's too short. Now we're getting into problems.
I believe I've accomplished my goals of trying to get better every year, and a little bit of that, a little bit of luck, a little bit of everything just falls in place, and you end up on top.