"I got out on the tour late, and I was 32 when I was rookie, and I worked so hard to be on the PGA Tour that I don't want to leave it until I have to," said Funk, a former golf coach at Maryland. "... It's a nice luxury to have. I can play until I'm 56 or 57 out here if I want to. I don't think I'll last quite that long, but we'll see."
"Barbara Bush was taking us in their room where they were staying," Funk said. "They had the one door shut where George lives and his office, but there wasn't anything else we didn't see. It was amazing."