You recently had your swing compared to players of today. How’d you do?
I did alright. You get older, you get bigger; I’m sitting on my butt more than I used to doing TV. But some of my moves, some of my positions were right in the middle of tour average.
Your swing was?
My big goal is to get it back to 110 mph. I’m about 108 right now. The best thing about this game is just yesterday, Peter Kostis gave me a tip on rolling my [left] foot over a little bit more, and the ball came off more soundly, hit it a little better. That’s the beauty of golf, you pick up something every day and then try it again tomorrow.
Seven holes-in-one, right?
Oh, okay. Do you remember them all?
Well yes, it’s easy. The first six I made were with a six iron. Then, a seven iron, then back to a six, then four iron, four iron, six iron. The last one was a long time ago. It was mid '90s. My holes-in-one are drying out.