Q. Daniel, that's quite a buildup.
DANIEL TORRANCE: Playing with my dad was great and much as I respected him before it's doubled now, seeing how he does it and if I go on to win half as much as he has then I'll be happy. It's brilliant. The only thing I was disappointed with was starting on the tenth and finishing on the ninth. I wanted to come down the stretch with the crowds there.
Q. Sam, can you compare this with holing the winning putt in the Ryder Cup?
SAM TORRANCE: No, it's totally different.
Q. Daniel, what role has your grandfather played in your development?
DANIEL TORRANCE: Well, I wouldn't be sitting here without him. He's made my swing what it is. Hopefully it's good. I can't really see it.
Q. Sam, you've always been a believer of promising players turning pro immediately?
SAM TORRANCE: Yes, if you are good enough there is no point in hanging on in amateur golf. You can't beat experience. We have a tender situation with him wanting to turn pro. He is only just 15. He is a big lad but he's really just a baby and he has so much potential it's scary. On the ninth today I knew we would probably win it and I went with driver and went into the bunker stone dead. I wanted to tell him to hit a six iron and make four so he ripped a 3-wood right onto the middle of the green. That's the way he is - he's aggressive and he's good, very good. He was born on 4-8-88. He was also 4 pounds 8 ounces on that day.
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