Legendary golfer Jim Furyk sits down with 11Alive's Jeff Hullinger ahead of receiving the prestigious Payne Stewart Award.
The award is given annually to golfers who embody the qualities that the late Payne Stewart exemplified to the game of golf: charity, character and sportsmanship.
Southern Company and the PGA Tour present the award at the PGA Tour Championship each year. The award is named for Stewart, who died just before the Tour Championship in October, 1999.
Furyk also talks about shooting a 12-under-par 58 in the final round of the Travelers Championship in August, marking the lowest score ever in a PGA Tour event, as well as the possibility of playing on this year's Ryder Cup Team.
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