Q. You won your first tournament, you said you can remember like it was yesterday. Maybe your children were not even born yet, it was a different world for you. How proud are you now to still be able to contend, play against these guys and have a chance to win the tournament?
JOEY SINDELAR: It's fun. There's a handful of us -- I still maintain and you guys probably have better feel than us. But there was -- when I go home and look at -- I was first team All-American three times, I think, or second once and first team twice, and we get those pretty little plaques. And when you look at the names on those plaques during those years, that was a bizarre amount of good players. We are talking about Sutton, Cook, Tway, it's endless, O'Meara, that group. And the college coaches, the ones that come out to watch will say that that was a pretty wild group of players that came through right then.
So there's some of us dinosaurs left, but every once in a while the caddies will come up or one of the guys will come up and go: "Over there, look around. There's nobody anywhere near as old as you are on there. How do you feel?" -- in a good way, like, hey, you made it. It's fun. Longevity feels good.
Q. Why have you been able to and others have not?
JOEY SINDELAR: Who knows. Who knows why we even get here in the first place. I look back, and you know, because there are times when you get going bad with your game and then you find the right fix. You know, who knows why the path leads here, but I'm awful glad I got to stick around.
JOE CHEMYCZ: Joey, thank you. Congratulations on a great week.
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