"As the guy ran by us, I just got down low and hit him hard. I hit him about waist-high and turned my head to the side because I didn't want to get a mouthful of parsley, if you know what I mean. He was a little guy and he was little in another area, too, so I stood up after the tackle and I pointed out to the crowd. I held my fingers up about an inch apart, and I said, 'He has a tap-in,' since they didn't have as close-up a view as I did of his endowment. Then the bobbies were on him, and it all happened so quickly. I made bogey on that hole, and I don't think anyone got a bigger ovation in British Open history for making bogey on the 18th hole."