"It's been rough," Weekley said. "It's different eating here than back home. Ain't got no sweet tea, and ain't got no fried chicken."
"It's very similar to how it is back home on the golf course I grew up on," Weekley said after adding a 72 to his opening 68 yesterday at Carnoustie to move within four strokes of midpoint leader Sergio Garcia. "It's a lot shorter, the one I grew up on, but it's firm like this and it plays pretty fast ... I like links golf."