JONATHAN KAYE: Probably 500.
Q. And those are obviously everything from --
JONATHAN KAYE: Friends and family, exactly.
Q. Everybody pretty much in that 500, how many live in town?
JONATHAN KAYE: Not too many out-of-town-ers. Most of them are all local or friends of friends of friends of friends. The list goes on.
Q. Is your caddie from here, too?
JONATHAN KAYE: Yes.
Q. I heard a lot of "Go Rich, Go Rich"?
JONATHAN KAYE: Yeah, he's a local boy, born and raised here.
Q. What's Rich's last name?
JONATHAN KAYE: Caniglia.
Q. When did you move here?
JONATHAN KAYE: When did I move here? I guess I was in second grade. Went to high school here and grade school and then college in Colorado.
Q. You played here Monday, too, correct?
JONATHAN KAYE: Yes, Monday Pro-Am.
Q. Wednesday Pro-Am?
JONATHAN KAYE: Yes, I did.
Q. How did an Arizona kid get past Arizona State and Arizona being as good a golfer as you are?
JONATHAN KAYE: I wasn't good enough, I guess. I don't know. They didn't recruit me.
Q. They didn't recruit you at all?
JONATHAN KAYE: No.
Q. Was that kind of the dream, you wanted to stay home?
JONATHAN KAYE: Golf wasn't really on my mind at that point. I ended up going to the University of Colorado and walking on the golf team there and played most of my career.
Q. Where did you play your golf here growing up?
JONATHAN KAYE: In Encanto.
Q. What was that experience like?
JONATHAN KAYE: It's great. It's the public golf course. I grew up playing all the public courses around town, so I know a lot of people from there, and I'm sure some of them were out here today.
Q. Mr. 58.
JONATHAN KAYE: Yeah.
Q. Was it 13 birdies?
JONATHAN KAYE: 12.
Q. It was a par 70?
JONATHAN KAYE: It is, but eight in a row to finish.
Q. Some guys, when they win, like to stay hot and play. Are you going to play next week?
JONATHAN KAYE: No, I'm not. I've been on four weeks. I need a little time off. I'll be out for San Diego.
Q. You also caddied for a win, didn't you?
JONATHAN KAYE: I did. My wife won the wives' tournament. I don't even know what to say about that. They won by four or three shots in a scramble. It was fun.
Q. Kind of unfair, though, huh?
JONATHAN KAYE: Kind of, but you can pretty much buy the title. With unlimited mulligans, if you keep buying mulligans you're bound to make one. It's all for charity.
Q. She's played just one or two years?
JONATHAN KAYE: She played for five years and then decided that it wasn't for her.
Q. And some of those were actually the same years that she was caddying for you?
JONATHAN KAYE: Yeah, she did a little bit of both for a couple years.
Q. Which would have been '98, '99?
JONATHAN KAYE: Yeah. I think she quit in '99.
JOAN v.T. ALEXANDER: Thank you, Jonathan, and congratulations.
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