JIM FURYK: No, I don't think you feel like a different player, but winning is we sit in rooms on the PGA TOUR, we're making rules and we're talking about exemptions. Athletics and sports are all about winning, so I don't think too much is ever made about winning. To define a player like Phil Mickelson who has over 20 wins and then he wins his first major, to say that he would have been a failure or wouldn't have been a great player without that major, I disagree with.
We're all going to get judged. There's players out there look at Andy North who's probably won three career events, two were majors; that's pretty special in its own right, too. Ultimately we're going to get judged on wins, and I think that's the correct way to do it. There's been some real consistent people, Cal Peete, who maybe didn't win as much, and that's good, but I like seeing guys that can win golf tournaments.
JOAN v.T. ALEXANDER: Thank you, Jim, for joining us.
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