The 18th at the Stadium course is the par-4 with that lake all down the left side. I'm thinking, "Slice drive, slice second to the front edge, three-putt, W." You don't want to make bogey on the last, but it's nice to know you can. Fred slices the drive, hitting one-iron. He has 210 yards to the hole for his second. He takes the seven-iron. Ken Venturi on CBS says, "He's laying up here!" Fred hits this big flying seven-iron to the front edge. He three putts from there for a one-shot win.
Seve and Watson are congratulating him. It was the only time Fred got close to them all day. Getting a stamp of approval from legends, that was huge. He collected his winner's check for $144,000. That was huge. He got the exemption for the next 10 years. That iced the cake.
Fred knew I was looking to buy a used car. He says to me, "You can buy yourself a Cadillac now." I didn't. I bought a used Dodge from Jack Nicklaus's caddie and never looked back. Neither did Fred.