SI: Looking at that first cut of rough growing on your cheeks, I'm wondering if you shave yet.
DT: Not really. Every now and then it starts to look bad and I'll borrow a razor, but it's not a regular thing.
SI: Do you have your driver's license?
DT: I passed the test last year when I turned 16. It was a different kind of nervous—not exactly like playing in the U.S. Open, but definitely stressful.
SI: What do you roll back in Colorado?
DT: My grandpa's 1992 Tercel.
SI: Have you enjoyed driving your courtesy car this week?
DT: My dad won't let me get behind the wheel. It's a Grand Marquis. I guess I'm not ready yet.
SI: What other goodies come with playing in the Open?
DT: Actually, you don't get a lot of free stuff, which is too bad. But I did get a player's badge, which is pretty sentimental. I'm going to try to earn a bunch of those in the years to come.