JIM FURYK: I did it my rookie year and I got reshuffled early on in my career coming out of TOUR school. The first 10 events before the reshuffle my number was terrible and didn't have to worry about that. I wasn't in much of anything. But close on the borderline. And you sit back and hope.
And then I got reshuffled after my 10th event on the west coast and we went to Doral, I was fourth or fifth on the list, I figured, heck, I'm getting into anything I want now. So I flew to Doral. When I got there I think I was maybe second alternate and fortunately I got in that event and it was even nicer, what was even nicer is parings were already made, I got a nice pairing right there in the middle of the field instead of last like usual. And yeah, I think a lot of it, it's difficult, but I think it's really those players probably have to go a little extra mile. They don't know exactly when their weeks off are going to be or weeks on and they have to be prepared to go at any time. So it's difficult, but it's a part of the process, unless you're someone like Phil Mickelson who won a tournament in college and came right out. Pretty much everyone else dealt with that at one time or another to a degree.
CHRIS REIMER: Jim, thanks a lot.
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