TODD HAMILTON: No. (Laughter.) And I did not shake his hand either.
Went up to Madison Square Garden, OU played Duke. Buddy of mine went out to eat the night before the game, some restaurant, it was packed, he refers to another restaurant about a block away, small little same place. I go in there, about halfway through dinner, the waiter comes over and he has an accent, I think he was -- I think he was Italian. He says, "Are you the guy that won that big golf tournament in Europe?" I said, "Well, depends what golf tournament you mean or you're talking about."
He says, "The Open Championship."
I says, "Yeah that was me." No golf clothes on or nothing.
Goes to show you how important certain golf events are. And that's kind of neat for that to happen, and when it happens ten times a day and everyone comes up to you then it gets to be not an asset. It's kind of neat when it happens here and there, but when it happens all the time and people want to stop you and talk to you about it when you've got things to do, it's hard to say no to them, even though you've got to go do your things that you need to do.
I understand that's all part of it.
Q. Outside of the bathroom incident was there ever a case where someone actually, you felt like you were being followed or Toms told a story once about how a guy went down the escalator, went back up and kept looking and looking to the point where it made him a little uneasy?
TODD HAMILTON: I haven't really had that yet, no.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Todd Hamilton, go watch OU.
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