You had won the AT&T National at Congressional in 2007, yet you missed the cut there last year at the U.S. Open. What did you think of the setup?
You gave away $200,000 after you won The Players Championship last year (defeating David Toms in a playoff) for tornado victims in the South. Is that the largest sum you've ever given away?
You were the first Asian player to win The Players. Will the PGA Tour eventually have as many Koreans as there are on the LPGA Tour?
Do you follow the progress of Korean-Americans like Anthony Kim and Kevin Na? Are you concerned that Anthony was at a high level and has slumped?
You were in last year's movie Seven Days in Utopia with Robert Duvall. What was that like?
You have a new man on the bag this year, Steve Underwood.
He's a new-old caddie. I won my first two PGA tournament with Steve [in 2002], so we actually gelled well together in the beginning. But we were still young. We had some differences, but through the time we were apart we sort of knew what was missing from our relationship. We had matured a lot. Last year Steve was available to caddie for me when Andy [Prodger] wanted a few weeks off at Zurich and AT&T National, and I tied for third and finished second, respectively. There had been some misunderstandings, coming from different cultures.
When you talk yardages and clubs, it's in English, right?
Do you speak any English in your house in Dallas?