"It's almost like mission work," Talley said. "It's a great opportunity. So many people are hurting. It's going to be a very humbling experience, and I hope we can raise a lot of money. I get to do a lot of charity events, but I don't know if I've ever had a chance to do one with this much pain. I've done things for charities around town, but not where a country has been destroyed, or this caliber of disaster."
"Yesterday my short game was unbelievable and I kind of kept it going all day," Talley said. "I actually missed a few putts around today but that's OK, I'm just going to stay patient and hopefully tomorrow they'll sink."