PAUL AZINGER: I don't know. I think if I'm not nervous, I'm hurting a little bit. You want to have that -- nervousness is like, just some butterflies, you want a few butterflies, the anticipation of what's to come can be good. I'm not gut-wrenching nervous, I just was a little nervous. And I haven't been a little nervous for a long time because I haven't really -- I was a little nervous here last year I remember and I played well. I finished in the Top-10 here last year and I think I finished in the Top-10 at the Bob Hope.
But then I made another change in March of last year and only was in contention a couple more times, and they were in May at Houston and New Orleans. So it's been quite a while since I've had any hope of catching a butterfly, you know.
I said to someone, John Hawkins was asking me something the other day about broadcasting, and I just told him, "Broadcasting doesn't make me nervous. It's easy for me because I just like to talk." I said, "When I come to think about it, if I thought hard about it, I really -- only money I ever made, I made nervous." That's just what I'm used to. If I'm not nervous, I'm not making any money, so I'm playing too bad to be nervous, that's all.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Paul, thanks a lot.
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