Chris Paul lightens Tiger Woods' wallet after friendly wager at Wyndham pro GREENSBORO Chris Paul reached into his pocket and pulled out a little cash from his day at the Wyndham Championship pro am. He quickly saw how much it was, and then stuffed it back into his pocket. It was his reward for getting into Tiger Woods' wallet on the back nine of Sedgefield Country Club during some friendly wagering. Paul and Woods were the highlight of Wednesday's pro am. tee time, with the crowd eventually swelling to about 1,200. Paul, an all star point guard for the Los Angeles Clippers and a former Wake Forest star, had never played a full 18 holes with Woods. "He's the reason I play golf," said Paul, who is about a 15 handicapper. "I mean, he's the greatest of all time. So this was special, and I'll never forget how much fun we had out there." Fun and golf in the same sentence haven't always gone together with Woods recently, but he has been in a good mood since arriving Tuesday to play in the Wyndham Championship for the first time. After the pro am round was over, Woods and Paul had a long embrace. Woods and Paul shared many stories during their round and weren't shy about giving each other grief. On the green at No. 17, Paul warned Woods that if he made a long putt from way above the hole and off the green that Woods would hear about it. But Paul's putt went shooting past the hole and off the green. "What happened?" Woods said. Woods' team in the pro am, which included John McConnell, the owner of Sedgefield, shot 10 under par. On his own ball, Woods shot a 65. It was the first time he played 18 holes at Sedgefield, and he used a driver four times on the Donald Ross layout that measures around 7,100 yards. Woods played with Davis Love III for nine holes Tuesday and said after Wednesday's pro am that he likes the feel of the Wyndham Championship. "This is fun," Woods said. "This is like a small town atmosphere. They come out and support the event for years, and Davis says he's played nike 11 in this thing forever and even sees the same people each and every year in the same spots." Woods will obviously be a lot more serious in today's first round, and Paul says he expects Woods to play well this week. "To have an opportunity to play and talk with Tiger like that is something I'll remember forever," Paul said. nike 6.0 "It went quick, but we had a lot nike 6051 of fun." Fans following the group showed their allegiances to Paul and Woods. Many wore Clippers' jerseys, and there were plenty of Nike TW hats and golf shirts.