1. Favorite part of your game you like to practice and what is your basic routine?
Bunker. I usually put my alignment stick in the ground and two clubs on either side to create a target with landing area. Then I spread mt practice balls throughout the entire bunker and try to land them all between the two clubs.
2. What is your favorite snack to eat on the course?
Banana and smoked almonds.
3. What is your most hated interview question?
How do you plan to play tomorrow... well, same as always, hit a shot and again and again... hopefully not a lot.
4. Do you have any nicknames?
D, Sc, Schreef.
5. Are you an avid reader? If so, what's the last book you read?
Not really a big reader. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - the series was great, though.
6. What is your favorite sport to watch besides golf?
NFL and Grand Slam of Tennis.
7. Is there anything you are addicted to? Or can't live without?
Unfortunately, potato chips.
8. What other sport would you like to be good at?
9. Most memorable moment on Tour?
1. I'll never forget the moment I holed out and knew I got my full LPGA Tour card at the 2010 LPGA Q-School.
2. Playing at Carnoustie.
3. Playing in the final group at the 2012 Kingsmill Championship.
10. If you were stranded on a desert island, what three items would you take with you?
Water purity pills, an endless book, a sharp knife.
11. Do you have a favorite golf club in your bag?
My RBZ Driver.
12. What would we find in your bag besides golf clubs?
Half of a pharmacy: band-aids, sunscreen, Advil, Zyrtec. You need it, I will have it.
13. What is your favorite meal off the course?
14. Favorite way to stay in shape?
Rock Climbing, Hiking.
15. You are always on the road traveling, but what is the one place in the World that you really want to visit?
Phuket, Thailand and Norway.
16. If you could do another job for a day, what would you do?
Volunteer in Africa.
17. What movie do you watch again and again?
Gladiators, The Untouchables (a French movie; must see).
18. What is a "week off" like for you? How do you relax and unwind at home?
If it's just one week, two days off with no golf. Those days, I will catch up with my mail and things around the house. I will start my workout routine as well. After that, I practice 4-7 hours a day. Throughout the week, I will try to get a rock climbing session in, a hike, or anything outdoors.