A peek into the tricked-out motor home he uses to travel between tournaments, however, reveals what may be his true passion. Tucked among the golf shoes, tees, balls, and wedges is his 6-weight fly rod, his club of choice on the myriad golf-course ponds he encounters on tour--ponds that the average guy never gets to fish. Being a pro has its privileges. In the afternoon at the Doral (in Miami), Love will sneak down to a pond and make some casts. He does the same at the TPC in Jacksonville, where, a few years back, he landed an 11-pound bass. "It's like fishing private farm ponds," he says. "The fish are pretty much left alone, and you always have the chance for a big one."