I love to play to win.
You can win all the tournaments you want, but the majors are what you’re remembered for. It’s how you’re measured as a champion in our sport. The majors are where it’s at.
My dad once told me: no matter what anyone says or writes, really, none of those people have to hit your four- foot putt. You have to go do it yourself.
My dad used to say, ‘Just because you dress up in a coat and tie, it doesn’t influence your intelligence.’
My dad told me this: You get out of it what you put into it. If you put in effort and log your time, you’ll get the results.
One of the things my dad kept instilling in me was the joy of the game. He made it fun for me. A lot of the time I see kids that don’t enjoy being out there and that’s a shame; you’re supposed to enjoy the game.
My dad has always taught me these words: care and share.
My dad was my best friend and greatest role model. He was an amazing dad, coach, mentor, soldier, husband and friend.
One of the things that my parents have taught me is never listen to other people’s expectations. You should live your own life and live up to your own expectations, and those are the only things I really care about it.
You can always become better.
if you gone come in second, you’re just the first loser!
If money titles meant anything, I’d play more tournaments. The only thing that means a lot to me is winning. If I have more wins than anybody else and win more majors than anybody else in the same year, then it’s been a good year.
If you’re not nervous, it means you don’t care.
My mind is my biggest asset. I expect to win every tournament I play.