“This is the most depressing interview I’ve ever given for this amount of time.”

That's Jim Furyk talking about his February Golf Magazine interview talking about his 2012 season that was a few different swings from being a career year.

This was interesting...

Here’s the way I look at it: Amateurs come in at the end of the day, they sit down, they have a beer, and they talk about the two great shots they hit for two hours. Golf professionals come in and piss and moan about the two bad shots that cost them a 66, and were the reason they shot 68 or 69. Those two shots will keep them up at night, thinking about how they’re going to get rid of them, so they can trust their swing the next day.