I don't know why the fans have taken to me so much.
I love playing in front of the bigger crowds.
Confidence is what I took out of the U.S. Open.
Shooting 59 like I did on the Nationwide Tour, that was unexpected.
I played with Tiger a lot during my junior days.
It took awhile for me to become myself again after my father passed away [in 1997].
I started playing guitar just by listening to the Dave Matthews Band.
One year for my birthday my wife, Megan, surprised me and got me backstage at one of the band's concerts. They had Red Bull and vodka backstage, and I pounded about six of them with Dave. I was like, "ey, you've got to come out and play in the AT&T [Pebble Beach National Pro-Am] with me." I guess the whole band plays golf.\n
John Daly and I have jammed together a little bit.
What one song would best sum up my recent journey?
Bon Jovi's "Livin' on a Prayer" [laughs