He's won eight tournaments in such a short span of time. He's an unbelievable player. If he sticks with it and keeps working hard and stays in shape, barring injury, he knows how to win on TV. I don't think we've seen anybody win on TV like him in a long time.

Tommy has perfected a ball and style that works well on all conditions and he knows how to win on TV. He deserves all he gets and has to be one of the best, now and in the future.

He's probably the most dangerous person to bowl in match play because he makes you show up in the 10th frame. If he's behind in a game, he'll strike out in the 10th to make you show up. I've never seen another player over the course of his career that can do that. And he's never out of a match because he's a great spare shooter, a great shot maker.

This is the thing that's lacking on my resume. To be happy with my career, I would love to win a major.

I wasn't going to let that happen again. I didn't want to let him down and I didn't. I mean, he was really disappointed last year.

I don't regret the shot. I regret not knowing that I needed to move. It's frustrating.