Ryder Cup golfer and former Hampton School student Paul Casey shares 60 seconds with the Surrey Comet.

If you hadn't been a golfer, what would you have been?

I think I would have done something in sport. If not playing then possibly coaching.

Who do you get on best with on Tour?

There is always a special bond with the European players – especially the English ones I grew up with, but also I get on great with many American Tour players for example Geoff Ogilvy.

So what do you get up to away from golf?

I love to cycle and snow board.

What are the top five tunes on your iPod?

The top 5 most played tunes on my iTunes are...

Club Foot - Kasabian. Blue Monday - New Order. She Sells Sanctuary - The Cult. Bittersweet Symphony - The Verve. Breathe - The Prodigy.

What are the best songs to work out to?

Anything that gets you going. I like it loud with a high tempo, David Guetta seems to be working recently.

What’s the last thing you Sky plussed?

I don't remember. I'll watch replays on the internet rather than record from the TV.

Three things you would take with you if you were stranded on a desert island?

My wife, my iPad and - if it was a big island - my bike.

What is the best holiday destination you’ve been to and why?

Italy – my wife and I love going there so anywhere in Italy with my wife.

You've been based in the United States for a long time, do you get home much?

I love coming home where I catch up with my family and friends – I have a house very near my parents so always love returning home and catching up with everyone.

If you joined a dating website, how would you describe yourself?

Married and unavailable.

Where do you see yourself in ten years time?

I think I will still be playing golf, but hopefully with a couple of Major trophies in the cabinet.

Paul Casey was speaking to the Surrey Comet in association with the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority - the world’s leading tourist board.

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