And if people do like me, I think it's because I'm a stand-up guy.
But just like I've always said when people complain about tee times, 'I just want a tee time. Just give me one so I can play.
You've got to make an effort on your own. Some people don't even try.
We're often portrayed as rich, spoiled athletes who play a game for too much money.
You don't have to hit perfect shots all the time here. The variety of shots you get to play, the shots you sometimes have to hit along the ground, it's just a lot of fun to me.
We might not make what athletes in other sports make, but we have greater longevity and we do have certain freedoms to do things they can't do. Like stay home one week and play the next week.
But more than that, I wanted my wife and my family to see how I can actually play this game. They haven't seen me at my best, and I want them to.
I think about what I say. I don't give stock answers. I'm not trying to cultivate an image with the public, like several of the top players do.
I'm content. I want to have better success in the tournaments than I've had, but I know I'm playing well, so I'm happy with that.
It's a silly old game.
Maybe that's some of the reason I feel so good today. Maybe I finally realised that it's just a game.
I may not look it when I'm playing, but I think I'm a fun guy to hang with when I'm relaxing.
I love competing.
I love hitting the ball, controlling the ball. And yeah, even the roar of the crowd. I enjoy the roar of the crowd probably less than some players and more than some. But I'm not out here to be a celebrity.