I like reading my bible, I like bible studies where I get together with others and talk about the word of God and how it relates to us and how we can change to become more like him.
To a Christian, Easter Sunday means everything, when we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
There are far more important things in life than making a putt or missing a putt or winning a championship or losing a championship.
It's not life or death it's a game and at the end of the game there is going to be a winner and a loser.
Well, the memories were obviously - every match is important, every point counts, especially the last sort of 18, 20 years when the matches have been so tight.
Be decisive. A wrong decision is generally less disastrous than indecision.
But when I play, I still practice hard and focus on my game.
I grew up a Catholic and I don't want to talk badly about the Catholic Church but there's a lot of routine stuff going on. You say the same prayers, you sit, you kneel, whatever.
You know, why the game of golf is popular? Very easy, it's a great game.
We are all human beings with our own little knick-knacks and ways of doing things.
You know why the game of golf is popular? Very easy, it's a great game.
I'm certainly not a saint out there on the golf course. In fact, far from it. Like when you make a three-putt and become upset. I take one step back and remember there are more important things going on in the world than golf.
I know thousands of German's who are totally different from me, so we're not alike, we're not the same.
That's the difference between golf and many other sports. You go to some other sporting events, they just leave you or give you the cold shoulder and move on.
I grew up a Catholic and I dont want to talk badly about the Catholic Church but theres a lot of routine stuff going on. You say the same prayers, you sit, you kneel, whatever.
I grew up in the time of Germany after the war.
You can't cover people with perceptions because we are all different.
You know, as you get older, the first thing you lose is memory. It seems to be happening with me.
If you drag your shoe a bit those plastic spikes or rubber spikes can be almost as bad as metal spikes.
I'm nervous when I play in the Masters or most other tournaments.
Itâs up to the captain. I certainly feel my golf is worthy of playing in the Ryder Cup. But Iâm not sure Iâm on the radar screen of Paul McGinley.
I crack jokes and play games and that's really more my nature than being cold.
You can get some spiked up greens even with no metal spikes, it just depends.
Every player has the option to have metal spikes or other spikes or whatever they feel most comfortable in.
We all know, the ones who play golf, know what a wonderful game it is and what a great past-time it is.
It's just a matter of hitting the ball where I want to hit it and hopefully making some putts.
People who are friends with me and who know me, know a side of me that is totally not cold.
We are in the entertaining business, they want to get autographs, they want to take something home, whether it's a signed hat or, you know, program or whatever it might be.
Wherever we play golf, people come out here to get autographs. They obviously come out to watch us play and see us in action, but they also want to interact with us.
So when I was told to work, ten, twelve hours a day as an assistant pro, I didnât complain. It was normal.
Competition is healthy. It makes you work harder and strive for more and try to find that extra one or two percent in your game that you could possibly improve.