Earliest Masters memory: I started playing golf in 1987 and I remember watching Sandy Lyle in 1988, the one where he hit that 7-iron out of the bunker onto the green and everyone was willing it to roll back down the slope.
Favourite hole: Can’t find one I like. Just kidding. All of them. I have a love/hate relationship with 12. The 13th and 15th are spectacular. Great rewards for great shots, but very penal if you get it wrong.
Hardest hole: 11th. A long second shot with water the left side and a tricky chip right. The trick is to chip it straight in – like Larry Mize in the play-off in 1987 (smiles).
How tough? It’s so undulating with fast greens. When you watch on television you don’t realise how hilly it is. You also seem to be left with uphill or downhill lies.
Where do you stay? I rent a house. You have to get one on the right side of town to avoid the traffic. The family and my support team come with me. We either bring a chef or cook meals ourselves.
Champions Dinner? Swedish meatballs with mashed potatoes and lingonberry sauce. And to drink – milk (laughs).