"It's an interesting feeling, isn't it?" he said. "Something could happen in the next hour. It's a pretty big mistake. It sent some different thoughts through your head. A few extra hugs for the kids. It wasn't panic. It's not like you can see it coming and dodge it."
"It was a terrible tee shot. I thought it was out-of-bounds for sure," Leishman said. "And then we called a rules official just to be sure, and he said I could play it. I left a big hole in their backyard, so when they get home, they'll be surprised."