Q. Willie, does that put for you now, going into the weekend, probably, does that put more pressure on you than you normally would like to have put on you, other than the back 9 on Sunday?
WILLIE WOOD: In a way, yes, because there's a little bit more at stake for me than maybe other guys. If I do finish top 10, I can get in Westchester next week. If I don't -- I'm actually scheduled to go play BUY.COM in Toronto next week. I don't particularly want to go there. I mean, honestly I'd rather be playing on this Tour. And a top 10 would get me in Westchester. So I'm hoping that -- to really play great. When I won in '96, I wasn't exempt on Tour then, either. I had played the Nike Tour all year long, except for one event early in the year, and I had made a commitment like many guys do, to just play the Nike Tour and get my card that way. And I went to Jackson just for the heck of it, because I've got good friends down there, and I like the golf course and I won. And my whole schedule changed. So maybe something like that can happen again.
Q. Just as a follow-up, Norman was in here yesterday and the day before talking about sort of guys in their 40s, pushing up into the 45 to 50 range, which you're a little bit away from, obviously, but the Tour has sort of forgotten them. And particularly sorts of let them go, and let them sort of drift into senior golf when a lot of guys really aren't that competitive between 45 and 50. He was sort of discounting himself in that group, of course. But I wonder if you had any thoughts on that?
WILLIE WOOD: As far as I'm concerned, the Tour hasn't really forgotten about me. As I life member, I feel that I'm still being taken care of pretty well. A lot of the tournament directors have left that I became friends with at tournament sites, and the younger kids are getting sponsor exemptions. And when I came out it wasn't that way. But they have great interest in -- there's great interest in young kids now coming out with all the media attention from The Golf Channel and exposure that way. We had tough times getting sponsorships, bag deals and stuff when we were coming out, and now these deals are just tremendous. It's great for them. But I don't feel like I've been forgotten, at all. You still have to -- if you play good, you'll suddenly be remembered. It's as simple as that. And I'm definitely not going to feel sorry for Greg (laughter.)
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