2018 Ryder Cup Captain Jim Furyk on Callaway Live
2003 U.S. Open Winner, 17-Time PGA Tour Winner, 2018 Ryder Cup Captain, "Mr. 58." That's right, "Mr. 58" Jim Furyk kicks off season 3 of Callaway Live! Watch now. Presented by Callaway
Released on 3/7/2017
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Hey, guys, good to see you.
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Welcome to Callaway Live.
This is season three, and we're obviously in
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If you think of all the guests we've had
on Callaway Live, from business leaders to tour players
to entertainers to people from the media,
this season is gonna be much the same.
So, we couldn't think of anyone better
to have as our kick-off guest on the opener
of Callaway Live for season three.
Think of these accomplishments.
U.S. Open winner, FedEx Cup champion,
he is the new Ryder Cup captain for 2018.
He's the Payne Stewart Award winner.
He's won the FedEx Cup,
which I think I already mentioned that.
Please welcome, it was so good, I mentioned it twice.
Please welcome to Callaway Live, Jim Furyk.
(applauding and cheering)
There it is, alright, it's Jim Furyk.
How are ya?
Good, how ya doin'?
Good to see ya.
This is a hometown crowd, I told ya.
Jim was in the back, he's like,
Are they gonna be a hostile crowd?
I'm like, No, not till you get to Le Golf du National
in Paris in a couple of years.
Of all the accomplishments I just mentioned,
what's the one that sticks out to you
when people talk about your career
that is the first thing that pops into your head?
That's a good question.
Right now, it's Ryder Cup captain.
That's what I'm enjoying the most right now.
But last year was a wonderful year.
It didn't start off so good.
Wrist surgery in February, didn't come back till May.
Almost won in my home state U.S. Open, finished second.
58 later in the season, Payne Stewart Award,
which was an honor.
And then, I found out in December that
I was gonna be the next Ryder Cup captain
and couldn't be more excited.
It was a wonderful year.
But right now, my focus is on the 2018 Ryder Cup in Paris.
Right now, I wanted to do that my entire career,
I wanted to be named captain, it's here,
and I couldn't be more excited.
When did it pop into your head,
I mean, you played in nine of these things,
so it's not like this is your first rodeo here.
But when did it come to you through all of your time
playing in those that being a captain
would be something you would wanna do?
Maybe the fourth or fifth one where you start.
I played nine Ryder Cups, so about number four or five.
I started playing for my idols, people I looked up to,
Tom Kite, Ben Crenshaw, Curtis Strange.
And then, it started to go into guys
that I played a lot with, the Hal Suttons,
Tom Lehmans, Paul Asingers.
And then, it became my close contemporaries and friends,
the Davis Loves of the world.
So, I went, Wow, it's kinda gettin' there.
But when you start playing for the folks
that I played a lot of golf with on tour and against,
it was an honor.
It was folks that I really looked up to,
that meant a lot to me in the game,
and playing on one of those teams is an honor.
But to get to be the captain and lead 12 players
is just extraordinary.
I have a lot of help with our committee,
with PGA of America, and of course, with Tabitha.
She's gonna play a huge role in the event,
and I'm looking forward to it.
Well, now you gotta play with so many young guys.
You're buying beer for 'em, probably,
out on the tour, and now you have
to pick one of them for your team.
Now you're one of the older guys
that these guys are gonna look up to.
Do you feel a sense of that history, of that continuum
of captain to player as you go along?
I do, I do, and one of the reasons
I was really hoping to get this opportunity
really for 2018 is I'll be 48 years old.
I'm still playing on the PGA Tour full-time.
I feel like I'm relevant, I'm still competing.
I know the players very well that have
played on the teams for the last three or four,
and for some of the younger players
who are gonna qualify and make this next team,
I have the opportunity to go play with them.
Play practice rounds, get to know 'em,
talk to some of the younger players
like Jordan and Ricky and Brooks
who have played on a Ryder Cup team,
and I can use-- I don't know
any of those guys, who are they again now?
Don't think there's any Callaway players.
They sound familiar.
I get to hang out with them and ask,
get to know the Justin Thomases of the world,
get to know some of the younger players.
I wanted to be out there on tour,
I wanted to be a full-time player
when I got the opportunity because
I wanted to have that close relationship with the team.
And does it start immediately?
I mean, now every press conference
you're getting asked about stuff
and players asked about stuff?
Well, almost every time I get an interview,
a little bit of it's gonna be on the Ryder Cup.
My first event was the AT&T at Pebble Beach last week.
We, the PGA of America and I,
held a press conference to announce the points system
to make the 2018 team,
the timing of it, and also the captain's picks.
Started right out of the chute.
Basically my first day at school was Wednesday last week,
and already had a press conference
to talk about the Ryder Cup, so it's something I expect
I'm gonna get a lot of question about.
Hopefully all positive, and I look forward to it.
I mean, as I said, it's something I've always wanted to do,
and it's a lot of work, but I don't look at it as work.
It's fun because it's my favorite event,
and one I've enjoyed my entire career.
How did that go down when you found out
that you were the captain?
Did they give you a little scare appointment or anything?
Like, Hey, you know, we looked at a lot of guys,
and unfortunately, we were looking for someone
with a little more experience than nine,
and so we, I mean, how did that go down?
That woulda left Phil, actually.
He's the only one that has more.
I knew the Ryder Cup committee was meeting.
I assumed that, this was in about mid-December,
I assumed that they needed to make a decision pretty soon
on who the next captain would be.
That week I received a call.
It came from Pete Bevacqua's office,
and it was Paul Levy on the other end of the phone
who's the president of the PGA of America.
And Paul cut to the chase very quickly
and wanted to let me know they had a meeting,
they talked about it, they felt that I was
the best candidate and wanted to offer me the job
to be the next captain of the Ryder Cup.
And of course, that took me all of about
a tenth of a second to answer, I can't wait.
I was just so excited.
It was a hard secret.
We didn't have the press conference
until, I think, January 11th or 12th,
so I had to sit on that news for a month.
Which at first, I was really disappointed,
'cause it's really hard not tell your close friends
that you're gonna be the next Ryder Cup captain.
But in hindsight, it gave me some time to think.
I had some decisions to make, and it allowed me
to kinda calm myself down and get used to that news,
and I think it helped me during the press conference.
And like drivin' to dinner and stuff with your family,
you couldn't even pull the old,
you know, the captain gets to decide where we eat tonight.
You had to wait a full month for that.
Honestly, Tab and the kids, my parents knew,
but I had some close friends that looked at me and said,
When did you find out?
And you know, Well, a month ago.
They just said, Are you kidding me?
I wasn't on the shortlist to know?
Nobody was on the shortlist.
Just didn't want the secret to get out.
Who will you lean on inside and outside of golf
just for help and advice on all the things
that you're gonna have to do over the next 18 months?
I've got an incredible background right off the bat
with the Ryder Cup committee,
so that consists of Tiger, Phil, and Davis.
I've got also--
But aren't you worried they be opinionated
and give you opinions with Phil?
I mean, it feels like he'll be kinda quiet about it.
Do you think Phil's opinionated?
They've been a part of it for so long.
So no, not at all.
I really feel like we all have an open mind,
and we want what's best for the Ryder Cup team.
Also a part of the Ryder Cup committee
is Pete Bevacqua, the CEO, Paul Levy and Suzy Whaley,
the president and vice president of PGA of America.
I've got a wonderful team there.
Tabitha is gonna play a huge role.
The wives, the girlfriends, we are one huge family.
And these guys lean on their wives and their families
year in and year out, so in this event,
they're gonna do the same thing.
We want Tabitha and the gals to really
feel a part of the event.
But I don't lean on my normal team.
My father, Dr. Bob Rotella, and honestly,
Davis Love was our past captain.
I've already named him as
my first choice as vice captain.
He was our captain 2012, 2016.
He did a wonderful job of redirecting the ship
and moving us in the right direction.
I'm gonna lean on him heavily because of his experience.
Mike Tomlin gonna get a call in any of this?
You know, I don't know.
I really haven't thought about the outside yet
as far as folks from maybe outside the world of golf.
We had Michael Phelps and Mike Eruzione,
we had folks visit our team room
and talk to the players about what it meant to them
to represent their country and things that they drew from.
It was just inspirational to have Michael Phelps
come speak to the team,
the most decorated Olympian of all time
and a huge golf fan, was a great treat.
So, we'll try to draw some folks in.
But it can't feel contrived, it can't be forced,
it has to be natural, and I think it was an Olympic year,
and Michael's a great person, loves golf,
and again, with the Olympic year,
the most decorated athlete, I think everyone
was hanging on his every word in that team room
to see what he'd want to talk about.
Well, we were testing a little bit of
your time management today, and Jim mentioned
that he's doing all of these different things,
and we brought him in and we said,
Well, we have one more for you while you're here.
If you don't mind, we're a little short-staffed,
and part of what you're gonna encounter
obviously as a captain is you're gonna have
to plug holes where you can.
We asked Jim if he wouldn't mind going upstairs
and plugging in one of our holes
that we had upstairs this morning
with someone not showing up in customer service.
Jim showed up to answer some calls for us
up at customer service.
Let's take a look at how that went down.
[Director] And action.
We gotta wait for a call, though.
(cheerful keyboard music)
Callaway Customer Service, this is Jim Furyk speaking.
How can I help you today?
[Man] Wow, how about that?
You're Jim Furyk, huh?
Is this the real Jim Furyk?
This is the real Jim Furyk.
Just wanted to let you know
you're speaking with Jim Furyk right now.
Shot a 58, only guy in PGA Tour history to do that.
[Caller] This is very exciting, then.
What are you, moonlighting or?
Well, this job at Callway's tough, man.
I mean, you get to play the equipment, wear the logos,
but they put you to work in the mornings.
What golf ball do you play?
Oh, Comsoft, great, me too.
Have you ever shot a 58 with it?
[Caller] Not on 18 holes, no.
Not on 18 holes.
Has anyone ever shot a 58 with any other ball?
[Caller] No one else.
On the PGA Tour?
[Caller] Other than Jim Furyk.
[Randy] Jim, it's good to hear from you.
This is Randy from Fried Eggs Golf.
Are you excited to talk to me?
I am, I'm curious do you have a 58 rap?
I'm kinda a little hurt to be honest with ya.
[Randy] When Jim tells you make a rap video,
you gotta do it, right?
Well, you know, yeah, I think so.
I think so, you don't have to.
I guess you could just ignore me and push me aside.
[Randy] Alright, Jim, thanks for having me, man.
Good talkin' to ya.
Good talking to you.
Alright, welcome back to Callway Live.
Look who's joined us, Amanda Balionis
and Jim Furyk. You thought
you could get rid of me.
No, absolutely not.
We're here to help you.
We want you to know that as you go through this next
18 months that your whole Callaway family is here to help.
Amanda had some great ideas, I think,
that are gonna help with one of the biggest things,
I'm guessing is probably on Jim's mind
leading into the Ryder Cup.
The scripting, right?
Here's the thing, Tabitha is going to do
a knock-out job with the women's scripting,
making sure all the women.
She has unbelievable fashion sense.
But I felt like maybe I could help you a little bit.
You open to it? I need help with
my fashion sense?
Well, I'm not really saying that,
but I'm maybe saying that a little bit.
Maybe let's just see if I can help.
Okay, alright, so let's take a look at some ideas right now.
Ooo, very classic.
Okay, so if you can remember,
you used to have this very caffeinated type
sponsor that was all over you.
Yeah, 5-hour Energy.
Yeah, it was literally everywhere.
So, we're thinking what if we do
that kind of large, in-your-face logo,
but saying U.S.A. literally everywhere?
Got it, I like it.
Everywhere, just badges, patches.
It's amazing how much red, white, and blue I've worn
since January 12th, and how often I have
a Ryder Cup sweater on just walking around town.
I'm enjoying it.
So, it could be lending itself.
Hey, look at that.
I like that.
Alright, so Jim is open to this one.
5-hour Energy type feel,
just with U.S.A. You'll go crazy
with the logos, I love it. Crazy with the logos.
Let's what our next idea was, I can't quite remember.
Oh, yeah yeah yeah.
Okay, so, first of all, we'd love everyone
to have this kind of face on.
That was post-58.
Yeah, right, well who can blame?
Everyone knows that face, that reaction, right?
But how good would it look if maybe we did no hats,
like Ollie Schniederjans?
Hat-free. There we go.
Hat-free, there's a young gun for you
that could make it onto the team.
Yeah, and if you'll remember,
a lot of guys didn't wear hats on both sides
because they simply didn't fit them.
Is that right?
Maybe we go no hat.
How big does your head have to be if the hat won't fit?
I don't know, maybe they were just lying.
Like Charlie Rymer big, kinda.
You think maybe like Charlie Rymber big.
But we were thinking maybe if everyone could just wear wigs.
I might need a wig.
Well here, you may need a wig?
What do you think?
There we go.
Pretty good, the Ollie hair.
I was kind of a blond, though.
The Ollie hair, though, I think could work for you.
Ollie doesn't wear a hat?
He does not wear a hat.
You know what, if he's on the team,
he doesn't have to wear a hat.
We want confidence. There we go,
if it's good enough for Ollie,
it's good enough for everyone else, right?
Wear whatever they want.
Okay, they can wear whatever.
God, you're gonna be a great captain.
Hat-wise, yeah, absolutely.
They don't wear a hat, don't wear a hat.
Here's another, we just really like your reaction faces,
so we just--
You got a lot of teeth in these pictures
is what I'm noticing.
We keep pooling from, this is kind of our inspirational.
If we happen to win the Ryder Cup,
you will see that look again right there.
Okay, that's good, that's something we'll look forward to.
Get the cameras ready.
How about something like this?
This is what we were thinking coming up next.
Really almost like Fourth of July.
I like it.
Double-wide trailer type celebration.
That'd be like if Woody Austin
had a clothing line, that's what
it would look like. I was all on board
on your fashion sense until this picture.
Until this one.
We're falling off a little bit here.
I'm scared for the next one, to be honest with you.
Well, lucky for you, that's it.
That's all we got so far.
But really, I think the trucker hat thing
could really be a conversation starter.
We could do it, we have a lot of young players
that like that flat brim, big bill.
Yeah, trucker hats, and just really obnoxious polos.
I don't know about the,
maybe just the stars on the sleeve.
Let's tone it down a little bit.
Just the stars, okay.
You know how I know you're gonna be a great captain?
You're willing to work together
to come to find a happy medium right now.
I'm eventually gonna say no,
but I'm just trying to work it in there.
I'm easy in the end.
Okay, that's fair enough as well.
We appreciate you at no point saying,
You guys suck, stop doing this.
I liked a lot of it.
That last one I didn't like.
Last one, no.
But maybe the wig.
The Ollie hair.
I thought you rocked that beautifully.
Well, there are actually, we've had some props
in team rooms, and picture windows,
and there's a couple pictures out there
of me in a wig, actually.
Can we see those?
If you bribe enough players, you might.
Okay, mission, challenge accepted, Jim
for the next time you're on Callaway Live.
Let's step back to the chair here
in case we get down that path a little bit more.
Okay, I'll just be here. Who's gonna help ya,
who actually, is that a big deal on the?
I'm sure with all of the players you have,
that's one of the ones that seems to always come up
about what are the guys gonna wear?
Well, Polo RLX has signed an exclusive deal
with the PGA of America.
They are the official supplier,
clothing supplier of the Ryder Cup.
It's all taken care of.
They have a gal there at the PGA of America
that handles that account.
I've got plenty of help, a huge team at Polo RLX
to outfit the players, and I think that's something
we're gonna start this fall
kinda looking at early sketches, ideas for uniforms,
and apparently I have a little say in it,
which is kinda nice.
I'm not sure how much say, but for me,
it's a lot function.
I'm lookin' for clothing, outerwear
that's functional to play golf in.
Polo obviously wants it to be functional,
and they're a stylish company,
and we're headed to France, of course, in Paris.
You must, you must.
You wanna look somewhat stylish in France,
otherwise, we don't wanna be outdone by the European.
How often will you go over there and take a look at
that facility and the golf course
between now and when the event starts?
In October, we have a big promotion
they call One Year Out.
It's one year away from the Ryder Cup,
Thomas and I will do media for a couple of days, dinners,
and really just a big promotion,
and France, the whole country is looking to blow this out.
They are so excited to have the Ryder Cup.
It's only the second time it's been out of
Great Britain and Ireland.
'97 at Valderrama was the last,
so they're excited, and the French have a flair.
They want this One Year Out to be a huge celebration.
That'll be possibly the first time,
I'll try to probably get by the Golf National
both this year and next year around the British Open,
and we'll see.
I'd like to make at least two site visits,
hopefully three, before we get there in the Ryder Cup.
Is there something in the back of your mind,
I know you're gonna get asked this a lot,
that has you thinking, What if I qualified for this team?
Anything in the back of that mind of yours, Jim?
It was talked about-- Be honest.
Be honest. I get asked about it a lot,
so it's impossible not to think about.
I was asked going in as far as my age and captaincy,
did I feel like this was the right time?
Did I feel I was too young?
Did I feel like I had a chance to qualify for the next team?
And again, we talked about earlier,
I really wanted the job at age 46 to 48
because I know the players, and I wanted that relationship.
I think our committee believes that it could be done,
that a captain could play on a team.
Of course, you'd have to qualify.
I couldn't finish ninth in points and pick myself.
That would be a total no-no as a captain's pick.
Be a heck of a press conference.
For my first pick, I take myself.
I don't think that'd go over very well.
That won't ever happen.
I think next year what I really have to come to realize is
if I play well, if I'm anywhere near
in the top 20 in the points at any time,
that question's gonna come up
each and every week I play.
My focus right now, my focus next year first and foremost
is gonna be to be a captain,
to do the best job I possibly can.
I have a huge responsibility in leading our team,
and I take that responsibility very seriously.
First and foremost, I'm a captain.
If we got into that situation, I think it could be done.
It would definitely change the atmosphere a little bit
of the way my vice captains were put into place,
but right now,
I have about 102 other things to think about in the process,
and I'm gonna focus on things as they come in order.
But captain for me is most important.
Another western Pennsylvania guy was the last
to do it in 1963, Arnold Palmer.
The king, in 1963, you're right.
And if he's the last one to ever be a playing captain,
I think it'd be very fitting.
Well, we're the same age, so I just wanna
remind you how young you are.
This could be your 10th, and then 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th
as we go down the line.
So, I'm not gonna rule you out,
and I don't think you guys should either.
You're the only, there's no one I play against on the Tour
that reminds me how young I am.
That's what the show's for.
Thanks for bein' here.
Thank you, I appreciate you
for having me. We really appreciate it.
That's Jim Furyk, 2018 Ryder Cup champion.
See what I did there?
Put the gauntlet down right there.
There you go.
Thanks for watching, everybody.
We'll see you next time on Callaway Live.
Alright, it is post-round
interview time with Jim Furyk,
and you said you prefer the nickname Captain right now,
out of all the things we could be calling you, it's Cap.
I do, yeah.
You like that.
My very first question, though, is
is it like a presidency?
Will you always be Captain Furyk, then?
No, 'cause someone will follow right in behind.
I guess, I betcha half the team still calls Davis captain.
That's what I'm saying.
So, it could be a title that just continues,
only if you win, though, no pressure.
People probably forget that. That's a good point.
If you don't win, they probably, just be Jim again.
First time on Callaway Live,
I'd love to hear as a captain, as a leader,
we take constructive criticism very well here.
First of all, what do you think of the new set?
I like it, I like it.
Now, we did have to shift our way around the table.
We had Harry over here somewhere.
So maybe the TV has to be a touch higher.
So you can kinda sit behind the,
there's a lot of desks and tables in here.
There's a lot of...
Are you more into open spaces?
There's a big bar in the green room back there.
Well, we like our alcohol here at Callaway.
Your green room actually is phenomenal, I'll say.
There's nothing needs to be done back there.
Harry, probably needs a little bit more,
you know, he just kinda comes out a little dead.
I think a little more excitement, a little,
you know. Wow, more energy.
Yeah, he's only about a foot off the ground.
Maybe two feet would be perfect.
I was gonna say, what kind of questions were you expecting
from Harry, and do you think it was
hard-hitting enough, that interview?
He told me it was gonna be light.
I thought that this was a little bit more serious.
We had the live studio audience.
Yes, we do, hello, live studio audience.
And I like the live, but live for tape.
Which is two weeks down the road.
I expected a couple more stick me in the corner
and make me squirm a little bit, I really did.
It was kind of just throw it up there
and let me hit the lobs over the net.
I was expecting a couple tougher questions.
Can I ask you some tougher questions?
This is actually pretty much on the fly,
can't really think of any really tough ones right now.
What's the number one thing you know
you will not do as a president, or as,
a president, now that's what I'm calling you.
As the captain. As a president.
Well, as president.
We are staying far away from presidential.
I probably wouldn't go visit Moscow for the first thing
as a president, just to let things tone down a bit.
I asked for that, I asked for this.
I probably wouldn't give you one of those
right off the bat.
I'd probably go in a little smoother.
What won't I do as captain?
You played on nine Ryder Cup teams.
You were a vice captain, you had to have seen something
that you were like, Nope, I will never make that mistake.
I haven't seen a lot of mistakes.
I mean, that would be like criticizing
the past captains I've played for,
and I love each and every one of them to death.
I'll say the one thing you can't do as a captain,
you just can't do, like, I'm not a ra-ra,
pumpin' fist, loud voices,
go get 'em, smack 'em in the rear end.
If I did that, these 12 guys on the team
would look at me and say,
Who in the heck are you?
I mean, where'd you come from?
You have to be a captain in your own personality,
so I want symmetry from the last teams,
but it's gotta be me up there.
Just being yourself.
I'm somewhat quiet, soft-spoken.
I'm gonna try to outwork the next guy
and be an example, and so,
being that person is you have to be yourself.
You can't step out of that.
And how are you gonna be able to handle
the fact, you've mentioned a couple times,
you know that you're gonna be asked about the Ryder Cup.
Pretty much everyday
from here on out. That's the hardest
question of the day.
I mean, every day that I get this about
being a playing captain, it's the hardest question,
so if you want to back me up and see me squirm,
it would be that question.
Okay, and we did that.
Yeah, you did.
So, on the fly, you hit the hardest question I get.
It'd be very difficult to be a playing captain.
Our committee thinks it's possible.
One of the reasons why is we have so many vice captains.
I have four to five, and I have a guy that,
Davis Love is my vice captain,
who's been the captain in '12 and '16.
I'm really, if I were to be dead honest,
I'm not lying, I got asked the question a lot,
what's more important, being the captain
or trying to play on the team?
And I'm lookin' at the person like, really?
Being the captain, I mean, it's such an honor
and such a huge responsibility,
and you have 12 guys relying on you,
and I take that seriously, so I'm really,
really focused on being the captain of this team.
If I could keep my game in shape,
and if I could play at a high level next year,
and do that in only about 18 events, 20 events,
then that conversation comes around.
But it's the farthest, I'm gettin' better at answering this
as I go actually. You are.
I think we're working through something
right now together. I am, I am.
Thanks. You're welcome.
The more I do it, the better I get at.
I'm the captain. Well, also,
I don't know how to tell you this,
but I think maybe the committee was doing
what you did to me earlier, telling me I had a chance
at maybe making an impact with the wardrobe,
but in their minds, they're like,
We're just gonna tell him down the road, no.
We just need him to focus.
I'm anxious to see how much say I have.
Obviously, Polo RLX, I mean,
this is a fashion-based company.
You look at me, I'm, you know,
probably not the worst dressed guy on tour,
but I'm also not out there in orange outfits
like Rickie Fowler either.
I don't know if that means,
I don't know if that means best.
I understand, so I'm anxious to see
what insight, what I get to put forth.
Obviously, Polo has their name on it,
PGA of America wants to sell a lot of that apparel,
and I want it to look nice, too.
I mean, we're going to Paris.
I want these guys to look sharp.
Alright, well, we're gonna
wrap this up. Look good, play good, right?
Look good, play good, yes.
But I think you and I should call them right after this,
right now and talk to them about the trucker hats.
What do you think?
Trucker hats, well, that's a whole other company.
That goes away from Polo, so I'm sure.
Oh god, this is already too complicated for me.
Yeah, we have a hat supplier as well.
Alright, we're gonna figure all of that out.
Thank you so much for joining us.
We loved having you, and good luck the rest of the season.
Appreciate it, thanks a lot.
Thanks for having me.
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