I can't remember, I was a kid back then.
Campbell has grown up since 1995
Michael Campbell's brief answer to the in-depth question of comparisons with his "hunger and ambition" in 1995.
I have a beautiful wife.
Campbell proving he is no longer a kid.
My career has been like a switch, on and off, like a tap. Right now it's running pretty red hot and I'm going to turn that tap on further and further until it flows out.
Campbell, again, becoming positively philosophical.
I am willing to take my trousers off and play in boxer shorts - that would be a little bit outrageous.
Plus-fours fan Ian Poulter on the continuing furore over Thursday's Union Jack strides.
My putting was just very, very pathetic. End of story.
Greg Norman, on his disappointing round of 76 which is likely to see him miss the cut.
I have no desire to be out there. I really love to play golf but it's not much fun to play if you don't compete.
Jack Nicklaus makes a fleeting visit to Royal Troon.
I was fortunate enough to top 10 it at Royal St George's - you have to defense a lot out here.
American Kenny Perry may claim he is love with British links golf but unless he grasps the lingo he's not going to convince anyone.
Are you kidding? It's eating me up.
Nick Faldo on whether the disappointment of missing the cut gets easier to cope with.
I'm not very good at practice. But if you tell yourself you love the hole and love hitting it on the fairway, it's a big difference.
Barry "Moon Child" Lane on his unique philosophy for getting to second in the Open.
Barry Lane is the European Brad Faxon.
Former Open champion Mark Calcavecchia hails his playing partner as a putting maestro.
The field knows, and I know, that I know this
course better than anybody.
Colin Montgomerie tries to confuse his opponents with logic.