ZACH JOHNSON: No, not really well, the weather. I knew it could be bad, but this is like the end of a hurricane here. I didn't realise they came this far north.
You know, I've been to Ireland one other occasion, technically two other occasions, but for another tournament, two years ago. This is just one of those things I really didn't expect because the thing is, the Ryder Cup, we're playing in Europe, but the fans out here, looking back on it, it makes sense because I remember what it looked like two years ago because they were so warm and so genuinely they just love golf.
I know they are pulling for Europe, of course, and that's the way you want it to be; we are on their turf. But we hit a good shot, they clap, and they want autographs and they want to shake our hands. That's just I think that's the Irish people in general are just really, really, really nice people. You know, I've got friends that are Irish, and I mean, I see it now. It's in their blood and it's very pleasant. It's fun to be around.
SCOTT CROCKETT: Zach, that's a nice place to end. Thank you very much.
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