\nWould you rather win a major or be a part of another Ryder Cup team?
\nI would love to win a major. I've been close, and it's kind of how people define your career out here if you've won a major or not. So it'd be nice to win one. But being on that Ryder Cup team kind of put the icing on the cake for me thus far in my career.
\nWhich gets you more excited playing in majors or playing in the Ryder Cup?
\nOn those Ryder Cup teams, the adrenaline is a notch higher, and you're a little bit more nervous than you would be in a major. There are some majors that I get very nervous in. I think a lot of the players do, just because they know there's just a little bit more on the line.
\n\nGiven your nice-guy persona, has anyone ever advised you to be more flamboyant or edgy to get more endorsement opportunities?
\nNo [laughs]. Nobody's ever given me any advice like that. I've got a lot of great people around me, both on and off the course, so I've been blessed that way.
\nYou were the Tour's Comeback Player of the Year in 2006 and '07. How did you turn your game around?
\nHard work, really, and just realizing that this is what I do for a living. I was starting to think if there was anything else that I could do, and there is a very short list of things that I could actually do other than golf. So I just decided that I needed to put in time, work at it a little bit harder, and make more of a commitment to it.
\nDo you ever feel like you're the least-known best player in professional golf?
\nI don't think about that part. I just try to play well and let all that other stuff take care of itself.
\nBorn: Edgerton, Wisc.
\nWorld Ranking: 12
\nEarnings: 18.8 million
\nTour Wins: 4
\nRyder Cup Record: 0-2-1\n