Jack Nicklaus Augusta Press Conference Transcript

THE MODERATOR: We welcome Jack Nicklaus, great to have you here. Like to remind us all of Jack's accomplishments in golf. Winner of 18 M...

masters nicklaus press conferenceTHE MODERATOR: We welcome Jack Nicklaus, great to have you here. Like to remind us all of Jack's accomplishments in golf. Winner of 18 Majors, including six Masters, five PGAs, four U.S. Opens, three British Opens, winner of 73 PGA TOUR victories, six-time Ryder Cup Team member, including twice as captain, captained four Presidents Cup teams, has competed in 45 Masters Tournaments, tied for fourth all-time.
Jack, thank you for being with us.
JACK NICKLAUS: Fourth? (Laughter) Has to be Arnold and Gary. Who would be the fourth?
Q. Raymond?
JACK NICKLAUS: Raymond's played more than I have? Who is the other one then? Just curious. I never heard that stat before. (Laughter).
THE MODERATOR: Fourth is very good.
JACK NICKLAUS: No, fourth is just fine. I don't need anymore. (Laughter) What can I do for you?
Q. Obviously you're coming back this year to hit the first ball with Arnold; your thoughts and feelings on that?
JACK NICKLAUS: Well, when I was first asked about it, I was still playing. So I didn't -- I had no desire to do that. Once I stopped playing, I'm now playing for five years. Arnold has done that, that period of time. Arnold asked me if I would do that, be part of it. And you know, I thought that it would be a nice thing to do. So I'm here. Looking forward to it. I'm sure that we will have a nice time. Actually, I should say, Billy called me and said that Arnold would like to have me do it with him. I'm old enough now, I can do that, guys.
We'll have fun and we'll both belt it out there about 150.

Q. I had asked Arnold a couple of weeks ago when I saw him about your idea that you had put forth before about maybe some kind of other activity for the older champions here, and I'm wondering if -- he wasn't sure that it would fit into the Masters tradition. Just wondering if you had any other thoughts on it.
JACK NICKLAUS: Not really. You know -- not really, no. We talked about lots of things, and they were trying to reduce Masters champions to an age and so forth at one time, thought it might be nice if Tuesday or Wednesday we played nine holes or something, would be a nice way to get the guys that played and retired, but the Par 3 takes that and that's fine.
Q. We sat with Tiger for a while yesterday and he said at one point, if I win more championships, so be it. Curious if you heard that and if you would believe that he is somehow not gunning for the major championship titles?
JACK NICKLAUS: Well, I didn't hear it to start off with. And do I think that he is not gunning or gunning? No, come on, give me a break. (Laughter).
Q. I think what he meant was the priority is to get his life back together again, get his marriage back, whatever, and if the golf -- if all the wins come, that's fine?
JACK NICKLAUS: I think that would be correct. I would think that probably would be his priority.
But I don't know whether that was your question or not; was it? Or Art's interpretation -- (laughter).
Q. We all understood what Tiger was saying but it was a moment in which you shook your heard; I think we all believe he still wants the 18 majors no matter what?
JACK NICKLAUS: Well, of course he does. Why do you think he's here? I mean, I don't think he's here for his health or anything. He's here to play golf. I mean, that's what he is. He's a very good golfer. It's the first major of the year. He's taking large steps to get his life back in order, and he wants to play golf. He's excited about wanting to play and I think that's great for him and I think that's great for the game.
Q. Sticking with that, given the revelations over the past few months, do you feel any differently about him tying or breaking your records?
JACK NICKLAUS: No. I don't -- I mean, no. It doesn't -- as far as I'm concerned, I did what I did, and my record is what it was. And if somebody, whether it be Tiger or somebody else breaks that record, then they break it. There's not much I can do about it. I'm too old to go out and try to compete again, that's for sure. My 95-mile-an-hour clubhead speed just won't cut it anymore.
Q. Tiger talked about being more -- changing the way he handles himself on the course both in interacting with fans and being less demonstrative both after good shots and bad. In your opinion, what role does personality and emotion play in winning championships and can you change that and not lose any of your game?
JACK NICKLAUS: Well, emotion, I think plays a lot in different ways to different people. I never could show a lot of really outward exciting emotion and go back and play the next hole. I never could do that. Every time I did, I found myself all excited about what I did the last hole and pretty soon I found two holes later I made a bogey and double-bogey and I'm saying, why did I do that. I had to always reign myself in.
Did I get excited? Sure, I got excited but I got just as excited as anyone else would get excited, but I didn't show it on the outside because I had to hold myself that way. Tiger has always been exuberant and shown his emotions on his sleeve much the same way Arnold has always shown his emotions on his sleeves.
You know, do I think that will probably affect him one way or the other? You know, the only way you're going to find out is watch it in time. I think he's so disciplined with his game and so disciplined with the way he plays, I'm sure he will be able to discipline. If he tries to do something, I'm sure he will do it.
Q. In the next couple of days the USGA will decide whether Tom Watson gets an exemption for the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach; would you like to see him get that exemption?
JACK NICKLAUS: I played at Pebble Beach when I was 60. I think that probably answers your question, doesn't it. (Laughter).
I mean, I think what Tom did at Turnberry last year was fantastic. He unfortunately didn't finish it at the time when he -- and I ended up thinking it was his fault, I don't know if I told you this story but I got him about a half hour after he played. He said he felt bad and I said, "Tom, how many 59 year-olds have shot 65 the first round at the British Open? I can't think of any." I says, "How many have led after two rounds, how many have led after three rounds and how many have led after four rounds? I can't think of any."
"But I didn't finish."
I said, "Tom, you played a great tee shot on 18 and you played what appeared to be a great second shot. Just happened to be just that much too long." I said, "You picked the right club for your third shot."
He said, "Oh, I'm glad to hear you say that. I'm getting a lot of flak on that." (Laughter)
I said, "I know you're a good chipper, but it's the only club in your bag -- the putter is the only club in your bag you were not going to lose the tournament, because you were going to knock it on the green."
He said, "Yeah, but I goosed it."
I said, "Yeah, but so what, so did everybody else". I said, "You had to get the ball on the green." I said, "Now then you hit the put like the rest of us would."
So do I think he should be there? Absolutely. (Laughter).
Q. In regard to new grooves, what do you think we might see at this Masters, particularly with wedges?
JACK NICKLAUS: Good question, because I really don't know how -- I really paid little attention to how it's affected the guys. I would think that when they first did the groove thing, it was like throwing the deck chair off the Titanic, I didn't think there was much to it.
Then started thinking about it, and see what would happen, and the V-grooves, or whatever they are calling the groove, would require a softer ball out of the rough. Not that they -- now, these guys have never hit flyers in their lives. So they are going to hit a golf ball and say, all of a sudden, oh, what was that. 20 years ago, that's what guys used to hit. Never seen one of those before. They say, well, how do I prevent that? Well, you need a golf ball that's softer that spins more so that you have more ability to be in control of it.
Well, if that happens, they request that golf ball, and what happens to the driver? Well, the driver has more spin, so the driver with more spin means the driver is going to curve more. They are going to have change the driver -- I think it's going to have to run it's way through the bag. I think it will bring the ball back. Whether it brings the ball back far enough is another question.
Now, the USGA came to Muirfield and told us that was the first step and the second step was to maybe attack the size of the driver heads and the third would be if they had to, the ball. So they are going to go through the first step find out what it does, where it goes, what is the result and make steps beyond that. It's definitely a step in the right direction.
What will it do here? If the greens are firm, it will probably do a lot. Won't be out of the fairway, but out of that short rough, it will make a difference.
Q. What advice would you give a young guy playing his first Masters about the tournament in general and about playing the course?
JACK NICKLAUS: Watch, observe. I go back to my first Masters. And the first year I played, I played pretty well from tee-to-green. I hit 31 of 36 greens. That obviously means I didn't play 72. (Laughter) I shot 76-74 or 74-76, I don't remember which way it was. But I had eight 3-putt greens in 36 holes and got done with that and found out Arnold was leading the tournament. Arnold was at 141. He was leading the tournament and I was out of the tournament at 150. Arnold had hit 19 greens in regulation and was leading the tournament.
I said, you'd better learn how to chip-and-putt and understand what happens on this golf course. That's what I learned. You know, I learned by watching and seeing and seeing what people did. You didn't have to hit every green and you didn't have to -- you had to be able to learn how to admit this. This is a golf course you have to manage around the greens. It's not any different than going around any other golf course hitting it tee-to-green. It's a good golf course tee-to-green but you still have to play good solid drives and good, solid second shots and so forth. You have to think your way around this golf course.
So for a young guy coming in, some first timers have done reasonably well here. I think Lima did very well his first time here I recall. Fuzzy won the first time he played, didn't he, and I think someone else did very well the first time he played, not too long ago, somebody, I'm not sure who it was. Doesn't happen too often. Most of the time it's playing here two or three years to learn something. So watch, don't be focused so much on yourself, be focused on what happens in the tournament and how people play the golf course.
QTHE MODERATOR: Thank you, Jack. Appreciate it very much.
Q. You contended with Hogan and Palmer, where does that theatre and convergence rank in your personal scrapbook, and where do you think it rates in the game's history?
JACK NICKLAUS: Well, hard for me to rate it in the game's history but in my personal scrapbook when my dad came in and said, "Guess who you're playing the last two rounds with."
He says, "Hogan."
It was like, you know, I'm going to get a chance to play with Ben Hogan. That was exciting. And so I did what I just told the gentleman back here; I watched. I almost won the golf tournament but I wasn't doing what I was doing. I was watching Hogan play golf, because I was going to learn from how he played golf and I learned a ton that day watching him play.
The nicest compliment I got from that is the next time I saw Hogan was here in the locker room. He walked in, and I had been at the golf course. He walked in and says, "Hey, Fella. You got a game." That was the nicest compliment I had. He saw this young kid and wanted to watch this young kid. And so we played there and Oakland Hills and we played a lot of practice rounds together.
It was a great opportunity for me to learn. As it relates to that tournament, I go back and look at it. Should I have won it -- if I had a brain -- because Hogan said, if I knew how to win, I would have won. But I didn't know how to win at 20 years old, not against the guys. I didn't have enough experience.
But came close. That was a great tournament for me. I really enjoyed that.
Q. What did you learn --
JACK NICKLAUS: Oh, man, I learned how to play golf. That could take me about three or for more hours to tell you. I learned how to play golf. Hogan, the first time he missed a green was the 35th hole we played, and he hit the ball in the fairway, he managed his game. He played little hooks, little slices, little short slots and he played conservative shots. And he made some putts and missed a lot putts. Hogan stood over a putt for abut an hour in those days.
They talk about all the putts he missed but he holed a ton of putts. He was my kind of guy to play with. We walked down the fairway; pleasantries. When you hit a good shot, if he said it was a good shot, you knew darned well it was a good shot. And if you didn't hit a good shot, you weren't expecting to hear anything, which you didn't.
He went about his business and I went about my business and I loved that. That's why I liked to play golf because I knew what a competitor he was and what an interesting man he was.
Q. Are you planning on going to the champions event in St. Andrews this summer?
JACK NICKLAUS: It really revolves around the Royal Bank of Scotland. If they want me to come and do work, yes. Am I going to go on my own to play four holes of golf at St. Andrews? No (laughter).
Q. Have you been there or played there since the 2005 Open?
JACK NICKLAUS: No. I have no real desire to go there as far as going to the Open. When I retired at 65, my desire to go to major championships is not exactly real large.
Now, I mean, I'm coming here to be the Honorary Starter, I am the member here, and you know, probably the real basic reason I come here is that each year one of my grandkids caddies for me in the par 3 and I have Jackie's second, his daughter, Christie, so I have the first girl caddying for me this year.
You know, they get a tremendous kick out of it and I get a kick out of having them. That's why I'm here.
Q. How do you feel about Angel Cabrera's menu? Blood sausage is on the menu.
JACK NICKLAUS: Oh, I hope he enjoys it. (Laughter) No, I'm sure it will be very good. I don't even know what blood sausage is.
Q. Looking back, I think there were only two times where you were leading going into -- after 54 holes at a major that you didn't win. There were two times you were leading after 54 holes and you didn't win, just wondering how mad, frustrated, how you looked at the next major after that, because we have that kind of scenario here where Tiger didn't win a major and was leading the first time after 54 holes.
JACK NICKLAUS: I never really knew what my record was until after Scott Tolley went back and looked it up. He says, you've won 18 majors leading 16 times -- is that what it is? No, no, I was leading 12 times and won ten of the 12 times. That's what it was. I said, "So my record is not terrible." I held on it win. I didn't have a clue what it was because I didn't pay any attention.
Q. But did it matter to you that you lost a major the next time around?
JACK NICKLAUS: I never looked at it that way. Every time I lost a major and I was in contention, I didn't like it. Nobody likes it. I mean, nobody -- I shouldn't say nobody, the person who did it doesn't like it. I love playing majors.
I love winning majors and I love being in contention in majors and as long as I gave it my best shot, at least I felt was my best shot, I could handle that. What I didn't like was when I gave it away. I gave it away at Lytham. That was inexperience. I bogeyed the last two holes thinking that I needed -- that I could actually bogey both holes and tie. I miscalculated what was happening on the golf course with Rogers and Charles.
But I shouldn't be thinking about what they did on the golf course because that's what my mistake was. I should have been paying attention to what Jack Nicklaus was doing and that's when I learned I can't control them; I can only control me. I stopped paying attention to them and started paying attention to me and that's what I learned from that tournament.
Q. St. Andrews, were you one of the people that fell in the love with the place when you first saw it?
JACK NICKLAUS: In '59 for the Walker Cup Matches, my father went over with three of his friends. And they came back that night, and I knew nothing about St. Andrews, absolutely nothing. They said, Jack, that's the worst golf course I have ever seen. I think one had 13 3-putts, one had 14 3-putts, one had 15 and the other had 16. They said, "Man, what a cow pasture, that's the worst thing I've ever seen."
I said, so when I went there in '64, I didn't know what I was going to expect. I walked in and I saw what was there. I was a kid. And so I walk in and I saw this stuff, I said, kind of neat, look at the history, look how what they did, and it withstood the test of time. I felt in love with it on day one. I went back to my dad and I said, "Dad, better reevaluate this, because this is a pretty neat place." And he fell in love with it, too, because I played well and he followed and he finally came back to understand it.
The Americans going over there to play, and the time of year -- they were over there in May and playing St. Andrews, which is not being prepared for a major championship, and for those days, the golf courses were in terrible condition in the spring. You know what I'm talking about, most of you people have been over there and today they are not that way. But that's what they were then.
Q. Can you share memories of 1970?
JACK NICKLAUS: Best memory I've got is I won. I had Sanders in the playoff. I do remember one thing, and people don't remember, but when Sanders and I in the playoff made the turn at the loop, they clocked the wind at 56 miles an hour. I did not even think about the wind at that point. It was 56 miles an hour with a small ball and you didn't even think about it.
Q. The assumption for a while now is that Tiger will pass your record in major championships; do you still think that's the case, and why or why not?
JACK NICKLAUS: Well, I think this year will have an awful lot to do with that. And I said if he didn't play this year, he will have a hard time. But he is going to play this year. I expect him to be focused on playing, and you know he's pretty good when he focused on playing.
So I would say the chances are pretty darned good. Matter of fact, I think if he doesn't, I'll still be very surprised. I mean, that's what he's focused his game on. He's won just about half or better than half of the last 50 tournaments he's played, something like that. That's a pretty good record. I mean, nobody's done that. Jones was the only guy who came close to doing something like that.



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GolfCentralDaily | Golf Parody Fun Gossip Jokes Betting Tips: Jack Nicklaus Augusta Press Conference Transcript
Jack Nicklaus Augusta Press Conference Transcript
GolfCentralDaily | Golf Parody Fun Gossip Jokes Betting Tips
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