I'm not intimidated by the big guys any more.
British number one Luke Donald finally slays those teenage demons.
It's really unbelievable. It's the only course we play
where you have to aim away from the holes.
Ernie Els reveals the fact that he does not get the chance to play Southend Pier's Krazy Golf course very often.
I was probably five minutes from not being here. I asked the guy at the scoring tent, 'How do I drop off?' I decided not to do it. I thought about it.
Surprise leader Olin Browne, who shot a 59 in qualifying to book his US Open place, reveals just how close he was to watching Thursday's first round from the comfort of his La-Z-Boy.
It wasn't fun for a while - it can't be when you don't know where the ball is going to go.
Fresh from a 15-over-par 85, Paul Casey realises something the vast majority of us have known for years.
I could shoot three three-unders now and lose by a shot.
Ian Poulter, who carded a 77, is so angry about his two-foot par putt jumping out of the hole on the first green that he forgets he could actually go three under on Friday and miss the cut.
I though it was sunstroke but I now think it's going from heat into air conditioning.
Worksop's Lee Westwood explains how he managed to catch a cold during an American summer.
I think I vaguely remember that.
Surprise co-leader Rocco Mediate does his best to convince the world that his shot-of-the-day eagle at the 10th is in everyday occurrence.