I played Bob Sweeney, who was the jet-set type, if you wish. He was the European who came to America and played golf in the winter, and back to Europe in the summer. And I suppose that you could say that here is the ultimate in golfing living. But he was also a fine man and a great player. And I was awed by him, even when I was playing him in the finals of the Amateur. And of course, to beat him was probably one of the great moments of my life. And that, along with what happened in the next month after that, really set up the turning point in my life. One being National Amateur Champion, playing in the Fred Waring Memorial Golf Tournament. Meeting what became my wife a few months later at that tournament. All of that, along with a decision to turn pro was the turning point in my life.