I would agree to some extent that on the Champions Tour that there is a greater premium on putting than the regular tour because of the course setups.
My career progressed slowly. Real slow at a time. The irony of it was I had the best part of my career between when I was 45 and 49 years old. That's when most people are in their twilight, waiting to get to the Champions Tour. And that's when I made most of my hay.
I don't want to go out there and show up. I hate losing. Everybody hates losing. But I hate losing.
You worked your paper route, mowed the lawn, then played golf all day.
I don't want to rest on my laurels. I still feel like I'm learning a lot about the golf game and the swing. There are so many different little facets of golf that there is always something to learn.