Q. How is it going to work? How is it going to generate money?
MIKE CRAY: We're still in discussions on how exactly we're going to raise it. It's going to be mostly on line. But as of right now it should be live as of 2:00, www.mikeweirmiraclegolfdrive.ca and there's online donating on that right now. We will encourage both pledge based fund raising, online fund raising, and the help of the NGCOA, grouping with their golf courses, and Taking Your Kid to the Golf Course, and the goal being that we raise tens of thousands of dollars, if not hundreds of thousands in the first year, and then ultimately somewhere down the road make this a national fund raiser coast to coast with national recognition.
Q. Along these lines, as you've gotten older and you obviously got a platform in Canada, and I suppose it's not always easy to welcome a platform when you're an athlete and people talk about athletes being role models, but I'm curious, as you've gotten older has it become more important, do you welcome these responsibilities, do you welcome the idea of being a role model, or do you feel it's your obligation, just because of what you do, your ability to hit a golf ball, how do you think of all these things?
MIKE WEIR: I guess I feel that definitely it's important, the position I'm in, it's something that Bricia and I felt more in the bigger scope that I feel a responsibility to other things, we just felt strongly about it, her and I, we're in the position that we've had two healthy kids, and that's why we came up with the mission statement that we did, how we were focused on that. But on the same hand, yeah, I do feel a certain amount of responsibility. But it's really Bricia and I just feeling grateful, bottom line, and we want to help out as much as we can, because we're in a position that we can do it.
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