Before I play Monday morning, how much shredded wheat do I need to eat to hit it longer?
I'm going to say something sorta unAmerican here, but in recent years, there are so many American pros who are so plain vanilla that they could win everything and I still wouldn't find them interesting. They all live and die by the cliche with nothing interesting to say.
I find myself much more interested in the players from the rest of the world, specially Europe and what I think I like is, they give more thoughtful answers to an interviewer's questions. Luke and others like Ian Poulter, Sergio, John Rahm and Tommy Fleetwood always seem to say something more thoughtful. During the Ryder Cup, I even found myself rooting for some European players just because they are more interesting to me.
Maybe I was just born on the wrong side of the pond.
Was a big ask after so much time off - i think the adrenalin rush early on Sunday would have been tough to cope with. Often see the player who makes the first move on Sunday fade first. But was very promising to see Luke's game look very similar to where it was a few years back.