JIM FURYK: Probably don't think we are very good athletes, I don't know. (Laughing).
I think that it's a great sport in the fact that when I grew up, none of my friends I played basketball, baseball, football. Most of my close friends were basketball players. They thought it was awkward, while I spent all summer and they were getting ready for the fall season, I spent the time playing golf. Took a hard time for that. Now, they can't get enough of it, come over, want to go through the garage; need some old clubs; need some balls. They are all playing. I think for athletes in other sports, it's a great release. It's a sport that if you're a 6'4, 220 pound baseball player, you're probably not going to get injured real easily playing golf, as opposed to playing 162 baseball games a year. I think it's just a good release and good way to get away. A good way to spend four or five hours with your friends, have a beer afterwards. It's a friendly game.
And we can't go out and play baseball, football. We can't play other sports along with other pros, and our sport is one that you can. So it's really lent well to us not only in that fashion, but the corporate world and Pro Ams and such like that. It's been a good sport like that that way.
Good athletes, like I played with Joey Coetzer (ph), I think I'm saying his name properly, in the Pro Am, a good athlete, hockey player, and there's got to be some similarities, I would think in stick handling type sports. I think they said it was a four handicap on the card. He gets the ball around quite well and hits it hard and has a pretty good game. He said he didn't start playing until basically he was in hockey, until his 20s he didn't mention that but, and he's a pretty good player.
So I think that it's just the way a lot of him and his teammates spend summers and a good way to hang out and have a good time.
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