TODD HAMILTON: I will say for two, maybe three weeks after the Honda it wasn't very fun at all because I'm not a person that likes to return phone calls or get phone calls or do things like this. I know it's part of the job and it's a good problem to have, but I'm not a big fan of doing that.
It was real stressful for a couple weeks after that. I grew up in a small town about an hour and 15 minutes from here, 1,500 people. My dad got 150 phone calls from people. I remember looking at my phone, I was driving up to Bay Hill, I think, right after Honda, the week after. My phone holds ten messages, so I got on there, cleared them all off, turned the phone off for 15 minutes. Turned it back on, ten more messages. So I guess it's like paying taxes. You don't enjoy it, but it's a good problem to have.
A friend of mine called me five minutes after I made the last putt at the Honda. My messages were full. Tried to call me, couldn't get through. Good problem to have.
Q. Vijay doesn't like these things, either.
TODD HAMILTON: He probably has to put up with a lot more than I do (laughter). That's one thing I've always thought. I know Tiger probably gets ribbed for maybe not signing enough autographs or doing something, but what he has to go through and how he plays golf going through that, incredible.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Todd Hamilton, thank you very much.
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