I just hope they can spell it right.
I'm sitting there in the front row.
He was clutching his chest and said he couldn't breathe. It shook me up. He went down to his knee, got up and walked a few steps and then went back to his knee. When an ambulance backs up to the first tee, it tells you it's a little more serious.
I asked him if he wanted a drink of water, and he just said his chest was hurting and his heart was racing. I'm not a doctor, but that's generally not a good sign. He just turned real white, just didn't have color in his face.
Other than the last three holes, it was a nice day.
It was a scary moment. It shook me up. Ultimately you've got to go on, but certainly my thoughts were with him for the next five or six holes.
Obviously I'm disappointed with what happened on the eighth hole. I think I just lost my concentration a little bit.
We had to go on, not knowing whether or not we should stay there or walk up to our balls or let the group behind us play in front.
My thoughts and Jerry's thoughts were with him. We still don't know what happened to him, but it was kind of a scary situation out there.
It was a scary moment, ... It shook me up.
Jerry was sick all day.
It was a pretty scary moment. To see a 38-year-old man grabbing his chest like that? You read all the time about people dropping dead. You just don't know.
People see the name on your bag and expect more. But it doesn't always work like that. There was a period in March when my swing went haywire. It's a helpless feeling standing in the fairway, having no idea where to hit the ball.
Not everyone out here can be a franchise player.
It's not like I'm not working to win again. I don't miss the cut and hang out in a bar for two or three nights. If anything, I think I'm working too hard.
I'm not finishing in the top 10 or 15 every week like I wish I could. But it's been fine.
DT and I talked about duck hunting.
When I first started playing, I was like a kid on Christmas morning. You see all this stuff to try. But you've got to be careful and not overindulge. For some people, it's a disease. It's a sickness.