JOEY SINDELAR: For sure. Golf, you know, just like I suppose in any sport or any business, you live it, and you give up a lot and you go a lot and you know it gets in your system and drives you nuts and makes you happy and all that stuff all at once. But you've got to -- I'm still at it 100%. I'm still playing 30 events, but it isn't troubling to me today to come to the Mercedes Championships semi-prepared. That's okay. It wasn't worth me giving up Christmas and the kids' Christmas vacation to be away from them to do this. And I don't mean any slight to this. This is fabulous. This is heaven. But it's just not where I am right now, and I suppose that in four weeks, I'll be back at it and when we get, you know through the West Coast, I'll be back up to speed. And by the second half of West Coast, I'll be pretty much there. And by the time we get to Florida, I'll be a golfer. And I'm willing. Not only do I know that from my track record, I'm mentally okay with that.
The good news is I'm going to have at least one cut under my belt -- (Laughter) -- you know. I've gone through Florida without making a cut before and that begins to grow on your mind. You know, my win, you know everybody's wins are important. But my win in my world was unbelievable, and it didn't have anything to do with the money. It had to do with eligibility, bridging the eligibility for two years, No. 1. And the fact that those two years get me to the doorstep of the Champions Tour -- somebody asked me, does that have any effect on the way you plan your year? And I said, yes, I can plan my year. I have not been able to do that. I can take four weeks off, have a two-week vacation and miss the next four cuts and I still have a job next year. I haven't done that in 14 -- well, 13 years. I won 14 ago; you get a two-year exemption. So it's changed everything, which is probably another reason why I can come to this tournament purely for enjoyment.
TODD BUDNICK: Thank you.
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