"I was devastated," he said. "So I'm so happy to be able to come back and play here and have a chance to play in front of these fans."
"We'd pull up and park at his superintendent's house, and we'd start on the third hole and play, because there was nobody out here," he said. "We could play all of us in one group _ seven, eight guys _ just having such fun little matches and basically having Bethpage Black to ourselves, which I don't know if there's anybody in the world that's ever experienced that. Normally you're out here, it's a six-hour round, it's brutal."