VIJAY SINGH: Hogan is a legend, and he's been known whenever you talk about Hogan, they call him The Hawk because of his looks and his stare, and the way he practiced was incredible, as well.
You know, I never had a chance to actually see him hit the ball, but I've seen a lot of footage of him practicing and how intense he was. In that sense, I've taken a lot of notes on how he practiced and what he did, and he liked to be totally alone when he worked out and did his practice. Those are the pointers that I've taken from him.
You know, I can only be myself. I admire the guy; he was incredible. You hear a lot of stories about him, stories that he shot 64, 63 and he was out there practicing until dark and somebody came up to him, "What are you doing; you just shot the course record?" He says, "I could have shot a few shots less." Those are the things that you take and you remember them, and you say that's a great champion there.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Vijay Singh, thank you.
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