SI: What do you think of political correctness?
HJ: To tell you the truth, I hear that term all the time, but tell me, what does that mean?
SI: It means you can't risk, in words or actions, giving offense to others.
HJ: Are we a victim of that? If that's your question, I guess so.
SI: Shouldn't Augusta change with the times? Or is it a timeless place?
HJ: In many ways, it may be timeless. But there's nothing wrong with that.
SI: But the club has changed by admitting black members.
HJ: Because it was the right thing to do.
SI: Have you been hurt by the criticism?
HJ: [Smiling.] The only thing that really got me a little bit was being called, in some newspaper article, "an old coot."