Q. For David and Phil, the most successful American team today. You guys had a couple of battles at New Orleans, the PGA Championship. Interesting that Curtis put you guys together. Can you talk about what you guys have together, how well you knew each other before socially or competitively, and those were really heated contests, as I recall.
DAVID TOMS: I'll comment on it, since I was lucky to come out on top those couple of times you're talking about. You know, we're teammates. And it's absolute pleasure for me to play with him. I've said it before, that if I was going out to watch somebody play golf as a spectator, he'd be the one I'd watch playing golf. I've been right there competing with him all day long, and watching his talent. And I'm just glad to be part of this team. I think that somebody it seems like is always trying to make a riff out of something that's not there. And for us, there was -- after the two times that it happened, he shakes my hand, says great going. That's the way it is. And this week we are teammates, and real close teammates all day today. Is there any hard feelings between us?
PHIL MICKELSON: No, no. Also if you notice when we have been paired together, we have both played great, even though we're going against each other. Whenever we've been in the same pairing, it's not as though we've been going head-to-head. We've been playing some of our best golf head-to-head. When we play together, for whatever reason, whether it's the right tempo, the right rhythm, visually watching each other's shots or what have you, we seem to bring out the best golf in each other. And whether we're playing against each other or a team together, I certainly prefer to be teamed together. I haven't had the greatest success playing against him. So I like having him on my team.
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