That's a great experience, Scrod. I've definitely heard of Grant Fuhrer (or however you spell it.) However, I'm much more knowledgable about baseball and football. Kinda like the time when we used to live in Pittsburgh, and the Beach Boys were in town. My dad, who worked in the city, was taking an elevator with a co-worker. When the elevator stopped at one of the floors, a guy got off. My dad's co-worker, excited, turned to my dad and said "Do you know who that was?????" (Of course he didn't) And his friend goes, "That was CARL WILSON!!" Of course, being a little kid, I was quite upset when my dad came home that night and told me he was riding the elevator with a LEGEND, and didn't say anything to him. ("Dad, why didn't you get his AUTOGRAPH??") I guess I was expecting my old man to chase after him and mob him after he found out who he was. But I always thought that was pretty cool that my dad was standing right next to Carl. But it's all good because at least I got to see Carl years later in concert before he passed. Ok, sorry. I'll stop rambling. PS-That's very cool that you're gonna be a caddy at the Canadian Open.