Tim Clark
Carrie Boretz
Wednesday, February 21, 2007
Interview by Lisa Freedman

I played with Ian Woosnam

I certainly don't have a textbook swing

and I have a limitation with my arms [because of a wrist injury he suffered during his second Tour event in 2001]. I've been hitting balls since I was 4 years old and that swing's ingrained — it's not going to change. Lucky for me it works, and it works under pressure.

A lot of the guys discuss when they're going to retire.

Fun for me is getting together with friends

I've only just started easing into gym stuff.

If you offered me $100

Once I hit 2-under on the first day

[of the 2006 Masters, where he finished second], I knew I was in the hunt and every shot was going to be crucial come Sunday. Unfortunately, I stumbled on my third round. But going into Sunday I was right there, playing with Tiger. That whole week was exciting because I had a chance to win — I had it right from the start.

At the start of the [Masters] week

I have a remotecontrolled racing car.

I don't notice the groupies.

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