"I've learned from Gregory his tenacity and his desire to be good at whatever he does," the father said. "It resonates out. When you're under pressure, you could see the intensity that comes out of an individual. What do you want to do? "Do you want to fly like an eagle or fly like a buzzard? And Gregory wants to fly like an eagle."
Gregory responded: "I learned how to do those things from him."
Gregory Translation: "Okay dad, that was a bit over the top. I'm going to keep my answer brief."
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It's possible, however, that Evert, not Gregory, may caddie for Norman in the Par 3 event on the eve of the Masters. In fact, it's an idea that Gregory endorses.
"She should definitely caddie," Gregory said when a reporter brought up the possibilityon Friday.
Norman agreed, saying anything is possible.
"[Chris and I] have talked about that actually," Norman acknowledged. "Whether that happens or not, I don't know."