I never travel without my 'golf performance diary'. It's like a big Filofax where I write down goals I want to achieve and track my results. It's always with me.
I'd like to have my clubs in the seat next to me to make sure they arrive safely — but I've never lost them while travelling. I'm an expert packer — it takes about 15 minutes, whereas my wife takes three hours!
The problem with travelling with a young family is all the luggage you have to take. We've been away a lot — my two-year-old has been to eight countries and my five-month-old daughter has travelled around America and Barbados. We're lucky they're good travellers and sleep easily.
I love Sardinia. That's where we went for our honeymoon and we've been back three times. It's a real break — we turn off phones and computers and really relax.
I've a growing interest in collecting art. My wife's parents are from Greece and we're heading there this summer, so it might be nice to pick up some art that reflects the country that her family comes from.
I'd love to have sat next to Muhammad Ali in his prime on a flight. I've always enjoyed his confidence and think he'd be
fun to talk to.
HSBC Golfing World is showing on board this month on selected flights.
Interview: Jane Dunford. With thanks to Coworth Park Hotel, Blacknest Road, Ascot, Berkshire SL5 7SE (+44 (0)1344 876 6000, coworthpark.com).