See, I didn't twist his remarks!
Geoff Roach reports on Rory Sabbatini's sit-down with the Aussie inkslingers to explain how he's entitled to his high sense of self esteem even if Tiger mops the floor with him every time they play head-to-head.
"But then those same people want to burn you for it. Sure I speak my mind because I'm just as entitled to my opinions as everyone else is. The thing is, if you are going to say something, at least have the courage to say it to the person concerned and not behind their back."
Well, he was asked, is there a bit of behind-your back-stuff out there on Tour?
"Definitely," he said. "Quite a bit of it. But I'm not a person who is going to step back and be a follower. I'm one of those guys that wants to be up there. l want to be leader of the pack.
"If you spend your whole life trying to please everybody in this world you're going to be miserable because you're not going to be able to achieve that.
"You may as well be the person you are and enjoy that. I know whose opinions I respect and trust and they're the ones I listen to."
But does the unpopular tag bother you, he was asked.
"Look, a lot of that is being unfortunately created by the media," he replied.
"Some of my remarks, like those about Tiger, have been twisted. I know what I said. I know the person I am."
You know Geoff Ogilvy is opinionated yet he never seems to have a problem with the media twisting his words. I wonder what the difference is? Hmmm...