COLIN MONTGOMERIE: I think the media made it more of an issue than I did, personally. I'm not blaming you guys, but at the same time you did make a huge issue of the fact about major championships with myself, and especially the closer I got to them, the more, of course, it was emphasized.
Hell, if I stop here and don't win a major and the odds are going against it, we have to be realistic here, I'll look back on the years I was No. 1 in Europe and the seven Ryder Cups I've played in and think, okay, well, that was quite successful, thank you very much, you know? And the fact that a few golfers played very, very well against me come in and did remarkable things at the right time to beat me in majors, all credit to them. And I'll go away from this game thinking, well, I've been highly successful at something I wanted to be at. The major championship, at this stage would be a huge bonus to me, but it wouldn't alter the way I feel about my career.
STEWART McDOUGALL: Thank you very much.
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