The top one for me was one I bought really early on in my career. I’d had a good year and I treated myself to a purple BMW M3, which as a 21-22-year old was a ridiculous car to buy, but I loved it. It had a purple and cream leather interior.
2. A Ferrari, which was obviously nice.
3. A Ford GT.
The first car I ever had was a Ford Fiesta, a little 1.1ltr engine and I basically toured the country with that car. As an amateur golfer I went everywhere in it. But just to have a car was brilliant. So I don’t think I’ve ever had a bad car, really.
1. Royal Birkdale
2. Augusta National
3. A toss up between Pebble Beach and Pine Valley.
DP World Tour Championship (2009) and the Race to Dubai trophy.
The Order of Merit trophy I received in 2000.
The cut glass sphere trophy for winning the NedBank Challenge at Sun City.
Well, my Mum and Dad I class as one person – they were both very supportive of me when I was growing up and drove me to lessons and tournaments when I was a youngster.
Pete Cowen, definitely.
Helen. She’s given me a new way of approaching life and golf.
I remember watching one of the young Danish twins Nicolai and Rasmus Højgaard on the range earlier this year – I couldn’t tell you which one it was – but he was very impressive!
Collin Morikawa, a young lad over in the States, who’s got a good technique.
I like Viktor Hovland too, he’s aggressive and that’s what you want to see from a young player. I like the way he plays.
Sam Westwood. He doesn’t beat me very often, but when he does, it’s awful. I never hear the last of it.