Most of my family are good athletes.
Anytime you’re playing a major, the last four or five holes, it’s not going to be easy. It’s never a guarantee. It’s never easy.
I’m pretty close with a lot of guys, like Nick Watney and Steve Marino, D.J. Trahan and Charlie Warren.
At Pebble Beach, even on your good shots, you’ve got to hit it to the correct side of the holes to save pars.
As a kid, I remember John Daly bombing it around St. Andrews in 1995 to win the British Open, and people say we are similar in a lot of ways.
With me, what you see is what you get. I try to treat everyone with respect.
I sign autographs and try to be as nice to people as possible, and I do pretty well with that. I understand the importance of it.
Golf is a weird sport. Some days you got it. Some days you don’t.
I love being on the water, wakesurfing and wakeboarding. I’m not thinking about golf. I’m just wondering if my cooler’s got enough ice to make it through the day.
I always knew I wanted to play golf and go to college. I try hard to be a positive role model, especially on the golf course. I try to carry myself well, and don’t do anything outrageous. I try to play the game like a gentleman and give everyone respect. That’s how the game should be played.
Telling me that I can’t do something is probably the worst thing that anyone can say, because I’ll definitely do it. I’m very determined.