THOMAS BJORN: A massive difference. You become -- you go over there as a person that just wants to -- I'm still in the middle of my own playing career. I went over there and wanted to make sure that all of the aspects that I would like to have right when I'm a player, I would make sure that I would do those things for the players that were there.
And I think throughout the whole week, we worked so hard behind the scenes to make everybody happy and to do all of the right things that you kind of forgot where you were. On Sunday, I keep saying this -- on Sunday there, it's probably one of the hardest days in my golfing life because you want to be there. You want to have a golf club in your hand and you want to be a part of it, and you don't ever really feel a part of it. You feel like you're doing the work to make those players feel comfortable. Now, I always said, when I'm there, I feel that all the top players were there, so I was never going to go there and feel like I was a big part of the whole thing. It was for the players that were there and make sure they felt like they could go and win this thing.
The difference is so big in what you do and how you look at it but I mean, it was a wonderful experience for me because I saw not only golf, but the other side of everything, setting up the venue, the people that work behind the scenes and how you get things to work. So it was a big insight for me through golf and what goes on if the golfing world.
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