DF: What about the other guys you played with…what were your impressions of them?
ML:I had heard great things about Tony Romo’s game, and he really can play. He says he’s a two-handicap, but I think he’s closer to scratch. He hits the ball, and he’s got all the shots. He’s also an incredibly nice guy, very fun to be with.
Justin Timberlake was very athletic. Kind of incongruous to see him in his hip-hop type outfit on the golf course. He can really play the game and is a true golfer. I was very impressed with the way he handled the pressure down the stretch. He was getting close to that magic number of 29-over par, and he could easily have bogeyed or double-bogeyed the last couple holes and missed it, and he played really well.
And John Atkinson, with all he’s going through, and the fact that he had never been in a pressure-packed golf situation like this before — or really ever faced any crowds or the attention like this — he was a true gentleman. I know he didn’t play as well as he wanted to play, but he inspired us out there.
I think the most emotional moment was on the 18th hole, when he and his brother and his family all embraced on the green. We all started crying, it was very moving.
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