TIGER WOODS: Two peas in a pod, I guess. We're both fiery, both stubborn, hardheaded and extremely competitive. We both love to mix it up. That's our rush. That's our rush to get in there and feel that adrenaline, handle it, and try and come out on top. That's us. That's how we live life, whether it's out here on the golf course or we're out here -- sometimes we go for runs together. You know the last mile is a sprint, that's just the way it is. You've got to beat each other's brains in. That's how we are. We compete in everything we do. It's been a great fit to have him on the bag, a person who's very similar to me because he understands what I'm going through, and sometimes he can pull back the reins a little bit when I start getting really fiery out there because he kind of knows how he can be.
Sometimes I've got to pull him back. At a major championship he gets a little too fired up at times, and I've got to say, "Hey, come on." Sometimes it's role reversal. That's how we are together. We're great friends. It's a pretty cool relationship where you can have -- you're able to separate your working relationship and one of your best friends and have that mix and understand that, and that's what's really cool about us.
Q. Who usually wins that last sprint?
TIGER WOODS: (Tipping cap).
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