Zitat des Tages von Peter Uihlein:
The biggest thing was just getting comfortable out there in front of all the people and just the whole major setting and how difficult major championships are, how patient... you have to be.
I don't mind playing or watching a movie or sitting down.
St. Andrews is the Home of Golf and the greatest course in the world. Any time you can win at St. Andrews would be special. It's every golfer's dream to win out here.
I grew up in New Bedford, Massachusetts, and I'm a huge Red Sox fan. I've probably been to Fenway 40 times. I've been pretty lucky as a sports fan because the Patriots have won Super Bowls and the Red Sox have won World Series during my lifetime.
I did some traveling as an amateur and always loved the different places I saw.
I went cage diving in South Africa with Great Whites, and that was fun. Sweden was cool.
I've never really been somebody that thinks too much about what I've done.
There has been a great list of players who cut their teeth in Europe.
I had always wanted to see the world, and the PGA Tour was always going to be there.
I was born in Massachusetts. I live in Stillwater. I went to school in Florida.
Golf has always been a part of my life. My parents have footage of me in a walker swinging a plastic club. If I didn't play golf, I would have been a baseball player. I could sit and watch baseball all day.
I'm just going to go out and play. At the end of the day, you are still hitting a little white ball with your clubs.
I try to go out, check out the town, and have a good time. It's a life experience: not everyone gets the chance to see the world and play golf, do the thing you love while travelling.
Name me one golfer that doesn't get frustrated.
I've never really been somebody who likes to hit it straight. That's just never been my forte, I guess.
Take Ernie Els. He plays in every country. You see his name everywhere. He's received in different parts of the world. It's a good experience.
I felt like, by the end of the week in the U.S. Amateur, I was never aiming at a flag; I was just hitting it at slopes and just letting the natural contours take over.
Playing with Phil Mickelson, it doesn't get any better than that.
As long as you can find a place to develop as an all-round player, then you're doing great.
The European Tour plays all over the world: from the U.K. to China, from Korea to South Africa, and from the Middle East to southeast Asia.
It's the Masters. If that doesn't get you nervous and your juices flowing, I don't know what does.