I almost gave up golf in 1998. I had had injuries, I had lost my card. I had no where to play but invitations came in and it got me started again. I've won 10 times since '99.
US Open champion Michael Campbell reflects on an incredible return to golf's top table.
I was thinking about my wife and two children and my family back at home. Happy Father's Day, Dad.
Campbell remembers, just in time, that today is Father's Day.
Hats off to [Campbell]. He was in the doldrums
and worked his way back. Now he's one of the best.
Tiger Woods expresses his delight that caddie Steve Williams will no longer be able to brag to him about being the highest earning sportsman in New Zealand.
If I had putted normally, I would be looking a lot better
Woods reveals his number one beauty tip - a hot putter.
There was nothing I could do - I just couldn't stop the
Jason Gore explains to the world's media what those dark, wet patches were on his blue shirt.
This is the most consistently set-up course I've ever
played for four consecutive rounds. It's just hard.
Stewart Cink gives the USGA a most backhand of compliments.
I feel like I shot the highest I could have done, but you've got to get breaks and make a couple of putts here or there.
A reflective Sergio Garcia rues another case of close but no cigar at a major championship.
I used to hit the ball straight better than anybody else, but my confidence
is not quite the same.
Colin Montgomerie gives us another variation on the old "things ain't what they used to be for me" riff.