"My best score against Tiger on the Isleworth golf course is an 81. He gave me 11 strokes, which means he had to shoot a 70. He politely shot a 66.... He played a par-5 from his knees and parred it. Basketball, he's got no left hand. That's from playing golf. He's got a nice little jumper; he just can't dribble with his left hand. We worked on his baseball when he came up to Minnesota before the Ryder Cup. I told him, 'Hit it like a big ol' slice,' so he didn't turn his hands over. That's how you hit. Your hands will automatically come through at contact, so don't try to help it and turn them over, because you'll jam yourself. He hit one to the warning track."
—Ken Griffey Jr., discussing his Windermere, Fla., neighbor Tiger Woods on Dallas's KICK radio.