"It just creeps up on people that use their hands a lot. Happens to guitar players all the time, and people that use their hands," said Snedeker, ranked 38th in the world. "For whatever reason mine just flared up on me. And kind of bad timing."
"To feel the energy on the ice was unlike anything I've felt in sports before," said Snedeker, who brought the Ryder Cup with him to the game. "It was such a dynamic, electric atmosphere to see all that energy in one place pulling for one team and doing something only Nashville would do in the right way ... it was awesome to watch."